Originally Posted by CallsignVega
Have you tried the MPRT tests? That is really the only accurate way to get some objective numbers. Of course you would have to get the TV into the appropriate motion flow mode etc first..
MPRT of any fast-response non-strobed 60Hz LCD is pretty much guaranteed to be be about 16.7ms and Motion Equivalence Ratio is going to be "60". This is a mathematical guarantee, as caused by the sample-and-hold effect (scientific references
). You need extra frames *or* strobing to get rid of the 60Hz LCD motion blur, even if the panel has infinite-speed pixel transitions.
The dramatic MPRT changes will occur if hatlesschimp can turn on Motionflow Impulse, which seems to be unavailable in Game Mode. Perhaps he'll have to exit Game Mode first...?