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Originally Posted by Murlocke
Also, yes 120hz on OLED has better motion and less blur than 144hz on a high-end TN panel. I can confirm. OLED has much faster pixel response time than TN, if I had to guess you'd need ~200hz TN to match 120hz OLED.
True, OLED's near instant pixel response times can make 120 Hz sample-and-hold look just about as good as it can, but something like a 200 Hz TN is still going to have benefits. Like snappier feel, less input lag just because of the higher frequency, and feel "smoother".
OLED pixels are so fast, even at 120 Hz I can see the individual frames still. Only so much you can do with sample-and-hold at only 120 Hz. MPRT on 120 Hz OLED is ~8.3 ms, still a far cry away from great motion clarity MPRT of like 1ms. That would require ~1,000 Hz sample-and-hold, or BFI or strobing backlight.
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