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post #21 of 60
I think most people dont understand the difference between a smooth video and a ''clear'' video.

Offcourse 60fps can be perfectly smooth, but now watch a video/game with allot of movement on the screen. then suddenly you'll see how much better is 120hz is.
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You pretty much answered your own question in the OP. Why wonder if there is proof of some opinion/claim that is obviously incorrect?

(By the way, great skyrim armor in the other thread...)
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post #23 of 60
this is like people who say 320kbps mp3 is no different to FLAC and cant hear a difference
Edited by Pip Boy - 1/6/14 at 11:57am
post #24 of 60
Oh, it's this discussion again!

I can tell the difference. Doesn't matter to me though. A little blur doesn't hurt.
post #25 of 60
It's probably a bell curve thing, like hearing ability. I've always have very slow visual processing. I can tell the difference between 50fps and 60 though. Over that it's pretty much gone for me. To me the Hobbit looked exactly like raw analog video, which is to say no frames at all.
Edited by bombastinator - 1/6/14 at 11:58am
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there is a DEFINITE difference lol

Anyone remember the big old CRT's TV we used to have? and those 50hz/60hz screens of old?

Then remember the first time you saw a 100Hz model in the shop


That is the difference in fluidity. Its not different because one was CRT and one is LCD its the same speed perception difference


Surely anyone who isn’t blind could tell a 50hz/60hz CRT and a 100hz model instantly ? its what sold so many and became the challenge to beat now we have 240hz 480hz 600hz motion interpolation circuits.

I have to say though the difference between 96khz and 120khz becomes less noticeable and actually slightly annoyingly 'handy cam'
post #27 of 60
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Originally Posted by phill1978 View Post

there is a DEFINITE difference lol

Anyone remember the big old CRT's TV we used to have? and those 50hz/60hz screens of old?

Then remember the first time you saw a 100Hz model in the shop


That is the difference in fluidity. Its not different because one was CRT and one is LCD its the same speed perception difference


Surely anyone who isn’t blind could tell a 50hz/60hz CRT and a 100hz model instantly ? its what sold so many and became the challenge to beat now we have 240hz 480hz 600hz motion interpolation circuits.

I have to say though the difference between 96khz and 120khz becomes less noticeable and actually slightly annoyingly 'handy cam'
But then the devil is in the details. There is a point that you DONT actually see the difference, you can feel it but you wont be able to give exact details. Most people who claim they can don't actually see the difference they feel it. Their brain can discern it but their eyes can not.
post #28 of 60
if your eyes had an fps counter like what fraps does in games, it would read entirely different to what a pc tells you. We can render as many frames as needed, think of it as the rpm on a car. Powerful cars need more rpm, if they didn't have enough rpm to function properly, the car would be under performing, and it's potential would be wasted.
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post #29 of 60
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Originally Posted by Durquavian View Post

But then the devil is in the details. There is a point that you DONT actually see the difference, you can feel it but you wont be able to give exact details. Most people who claim they can don't actually see the difference they feel it. Their brain can discern it but their eyes can not.

exactly, but the perception is the reality. And if it feels smoother and nicer then why not use it?
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Originally Posted by phill1978 View Post

exactly, but the perception is the reality. And if it feels smoother and nicer then why not use it?
my only point was those that claim they can tell a difference which infers they can see each frame and account for any frametime inconsistencies. When I do believe they can feel the difference. Their brain can see it but their eyes can not.

Not trying to belittle the market for 120/144hz monitors at all.
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