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Quote: Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post
I'm not convinced RTINGS has the equipment good enough to evaluate such speed. This Blurbusters article has 0.1ms:

https://www.blurbusters.com/high-spe...les-at-960fps/
Unless I'm mistaken, they recorded AMOLED, not LG's WRGB OLED. But, regardless of panel type, how did they reach the 0.1ms measurement? I'm not seeing anything regarding that. Individual frame analysis of a 960 FPS video would only allow the viewer to infer values closer to 1ms, not distinguish between sub-milisecond response times.

Even then, after watching the video, I could still see remnants (very faint ghosts) from previous frames in new ones. At 0.1ms response times, it would be impossible to see ghosting between 2 or more frames of the video.

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