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post #41 of 66
my benq xl2411t tip for you:
run 144 hz on desktop and ingame (which actually automatically enables gpu scaling ((at least on nvidia graphics)))
or try running 120 hz on desktop and ingame, BUT enable GPU scaling on your graphics card.
monitor will feel much more responsive in comparison to the integrated monitor scaling of benq.
post #42 of 66
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Originally Posted by thorsteNN View Post

my benq xl2411t tip for you:
run 144 hz on desktop and ingame (which actually automatically enables gpu scaling ((at least on nvidia graphics)))
or try running 120 hz on desktop and ingame, BUT enable GPU scaling on your graphics card.
monitor will feel much more responsive in comparison to the integrated monitor scaling of benq.

I have and iam currently running with these settings you describe :S

I have tried pretty much every nvidia setting there is, 144hz on both desktop game, without scaling with scaling, 120 hz with scaling without scaling.

I ran my old 75hz screen for 2 days to get used to it, and i felt the lag the entier two days.

Basicly, im either ****ed in the head, or its my CPU, perhaps both.
Edited by dahahanne - 3/4/14 at 8:58am
post #43 of 66
Thread Starter 
UPDATE:

Running slightly lower resolutions helps, running 720p instead of 900 or 1080p is alot better, but the problem isnt entierly gone, its the same on the 800x600 and 1024x768, its alot better, but not gone. Its still there at higher resolutions.

And yes, i have tried using 1600 dpi and still felt the problem, so that isnt the issue.

I have reduced my DPC via r0aches tips from 70-100 to 20-40, and thats without HPET.
post #44 of 66
You notice this also on the desktop?
post #45 of 66
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Originally Posted by Skar View Post

You notice this also on the desktop?

Yes
post #46 of 66
Try to use Windows 7 basic/classic theme and disable desktop windows manager service and disable themes.

I'd start questioning the mouse after that, as after getting your benq you can probably feel the slugginesh of cursor much easier as the monitor is not bottlenecking you no more.

You could buy used CRT to test whether it's the monitor I guess.
post #47 of 66
"It wasnt always this way, a couple of weeks ago i never had this problem, i had an 13 year old 10 ms LCD screen (vga-cable), until i recently bought a new one: the BenQ X2411t 144hz!"

Then, the only thing i can think of it's that u used CRT monitor before, which had no lag(i'm not sure why u saying it has 10ms, its not possible since LCD have less), an unfortunately any LCD has. In some extreme cases monitor overdrive that make pixels responds faster my make input lag itslef even bigger.

Unfortunately i'm not very much into monitor technology. Some1 else must say something bout

If u still have CRT monitor u can check how much lag have u new one by plugging them both to card, and run stopwatch on cloned. ofc stopwatch must have thousands of sec to see difference.
post #48 of 66
I dont think the difference between CRT and the benq@144Hz are noticeable, further this does not explain why the input lag is less in lower resolution, as the frame delay of the monitor does not change with the resolution?
post #49 of 66
Well, between any CRT and LCD is a bit noticalbe diffrence AFAIK. However as i said im not into this thing too much. Cant answer to your question Skar. Maybe it has something? maybe not.

B/c if not LCD that was only thing left what else? maybe DVI cable is at fault somehow?
post #50 of 66
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Originally Posted by Skar View Post

I dont think the difference between CRT and the benq@144Hz are noticeable, further this does not explain why the input lag is less in lower resolution, as the frame delay of the monitor does not change with the resolution?

Thats the wierd thing.

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Originally Posted by FredgHar View Post

"It wasnt always this way, a couple of weeks ago i never had this problem, i had an 13 year old 10 ms LCD screen (vga-cable), until i recently bought a new one: the BenQ X2411t 144hz!"

Then, the only thing i can think of it's that u used CRT monitor before, which had no lag(i'm not sure why u saying it has 10ms, its not possible since LCD have less), an unfortunately any LCD has. In some extreme cases monitor overdrive that make pixels responds faster my make input lag itslef even bigger.

Unfortunately i'm not very much into monitor technology. Some1 else must say something bout

If u still have CRT monitor u can check how much lag have u new one by plugging them both to card, and run stopwatch on cloned. ofc stopwatch must have thousands of sec to see difference.

I was just stating what i remember from the OLD title, the title was like Samsung syncmaster 840 10ms, it was from 2001 at the very least, and i do remember either 8 or 10 ms from the title so.

I have a crt thats just sitting here, i will try setting it up right beside this screen and see.
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Originally Posted by Yahar View Post

Try to use Windows 7 basic/classic theme and disable desktop windows manager service and disable themes.

I'd start questioning the mouse after that, as after getting your benq you can probably feel the slugginesh of cursor much easier as the monitor is not bottlenecking you no more.

You could buy used CRT to test whether it's the monitor I guess.

I have a CRT, i will try and see the difference between the two directly.
And i have disabled any unecessary services in windows 7.

And about the mouse, i have a 3.0, its alittle more precise compared to the deathadder2k13, precise 'keyword' not more responsive, its the same.
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