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I just started using my 55" LED TV, an upgrade from my 23" monitor. However, I notice there is considerable mouse lag. Anyone know what I can do to fix this problem? I am connected via HDMI.

PS: Since I switched to the TV, I am getting owned by my friends in SC2. Before the TV I used to win most of the time frown.gif
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Originally Posted by mfmukhtar786;11723843 
I just started using my 55" LED TV, an upgrade from my 23" monitor. However, I notice there is considerable mouse lag. Anyone know what I can do to fix this problem? I am connected via HDMI.

PS: Since I switched to the TV, I am getting owned by my friends in SC2. Before the TV I used to win most of the time frown.gif

Input lag.


TV's aren't designed for gaming in mind.
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you'll have to see if your TV has a gaming mode, most all HDTVs these days have a lot of internal processing, particularly on LCDs, that they do to try and improve image quality

if there isn't a gaming mode that makes it faster, you still might be able to tweak the right settings, such as making sure 120+Hz features are off

but as Skylit said, TVs really aren't designed for that kind of use, so even with tweaks you may be SOL
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Originally Posted by bojinglebells;11726988 
you'll have to see if your TV has a gaming mode, most all HDTVs these days have a lot of internal processing, particularly on LCDs, that they do to try and improve image quality

if there isn't a gaming mode that makes it faster, you still might be able to tweak the right settings, such as making sure 120+Hz features are off

but as Skylit said, TVs really aren't designed for that kind of use, so even with tweaks you may be SOL

+1 to turning off the 120hz. I have a 60" led and had to do the same. No more issues....
    
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Ill try to turn off the 120Hz and see what happens. Thanks for the info guys.
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