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^ yeah no need to measure. The pixels are not square. They are apparently 1.2% taller or something like that.

I can't tell at all by looking at it.
    
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Yea yea, but who knows, they can put any data on the specs sheet, and I mean ANY.
Thanks for the clarification though smile.gif

(By the way, it's ~1,77%. That means 17 pixels difference per 1000 pixels.)
Edited by Franticfox - 10/20/15 at 12:04am
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I wish we could get a solid number on input lag. In the video he is using the camera + CRT method and coming up with 4 frames. I don't think you would be able to play CS at all with that.
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Yea yea, but who knows, they can put any data on the specs sheet, and I mean ANY.
Thanks for the clarification though smile.gif

(By the way, it's ~1,77%. That means 17 pixels difference per 1000 pixels.)

How would i properly measure it to be sure?
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I wish we could get a solid number on input lag. In the video he is using the camera + CRT method and coming up with 4 frames. I don't think you would be able to play CS at all with that.
I can play CS on it fine. I do notice the input lag a tiny bit though. i also wonder what the actual number is...
    
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I wish we could get a solid number on input lag. In the video he is using the camera + CRT method and coming up with 4 frames. I don't think you would be able to play CS at all with that.

The testing methodology used by Tek Syndicate is inaccurate and was dismissed by the informed members of the display community four years ago.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/input_lag.htm
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How would i properly measure it to be sure?

The only surefire and easily affordable way to measure input lag is with a Leo Bodnar device which costs 70 GBP and must be ordered from the UK.
Edited by MenacingTuba - 10/20/15 at 1:59pm
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The testing methodology used by Tek Syndicate is inaccurate and was dismissed by the informed members of the display community four years ago.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/input_lag.htm
The only surefire and easily affordable way to measure input lag is with a Leo Bodnar device which costs 70 GBP and must be ordered from the UK.

There is a guy on Tek that does have the Leo and on the A409U he is getting around 44ms on the middle reading whatever that means. Seems like these would be closer to the Phillips monitor.
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Yeah i saw that as well. Not really sure what that means.
    
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Yeah i saw that as well. Not really sure what that means.

Me either. What monitor did you come from? If you don't see that much difference it may be ok.
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Me either. What monitor did you come from? If you don't see that much difference it may be ok.

qnix qx2710
I still have 2 of them on the sides of this monitor. If you drag a window up and down on both displays you can see a little bit of delay. it really is fine in games though. I actually did better in a few matches, maybe cause its so easy to see everything now! thumb.gif
    
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There is a guy on Tek that does have the Leo and on the A409U he is getting around 44ms on the middle reading whatever that means. Seems like these would be closer to the Phillips monitor.

The Leo Bodnar device has a built-in delay and partially includes a displays b-t-w pixel response times; middle screen measurements are delayed by around 9ms while top measurements are delayed by 2-3ms according to my tests against the SMT Tool. The Philips is supposed to have a +/- 20ms delay (SMT Tool results) which is slightly higher than one frame (16.7ms) versus more than two frames for the A409U, but the Philips uses PWM which ruins motion clarity (example) and may cause health issues.
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