Originally Posted by CallsignVega
240 Hz is meaningless on an LCD panel. They pixels transition too slow to matter. You could make it 1 Million Hz and it would look virtually identical to a 165 Hz LCD.
I have to disagree. To me that's flatout denying the potential of even improving technology over time, as we have done for several years now to get to this current point. AU Optronics has specifically been pushing for higher refresh rate panels (with lets assume, a consistent 4ms or less response at all areas without any noticeable overshoot - to note, something monitors with G-sync modules have been doing very
well with as per testing on TFTCentral) and I doubt it's all talk, otherwise they would have thrown monitors with overly slow pixel transitions, extreme overdrive and overshoot, long ago. Also I don't think a million Hz comparison vs a current 165Hz LCD is very relevant since technology, over time, progresses and improves. These aren't "overclocked" 165Hz panels. I think a combination of a new Gsync revision and panel advancement in whatever way drives these refresh rates,
But if TFTCentral has a glimmer of a belief of panel advancement, then so do I. Some links below:TFTCentral - AUO PanelsTFTCentral - ROG Swift PG358GEdited by CoD511 - 8/31/16 at 11:01pm