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post #301 of 707 (permalink) Old 09-04-2015, 05:20 PM
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anyway here are 4 csvs of g502 vs wmo.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5_qzxdnJV0PVEQ5VTlnNlpubDA/view?usp=sharing
wmo seems to win by 1-2ms sometimes.
guess this method isn't as accurate/repeatable as i had thought. i'll append a +-2ms of error onto any numbers i estimated previously

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ur so wrong first off tested with a CRT 120hz made a huge differance on results second yah windows xp implements the intelipoint software boom. every 1 downgradeing buying crts i just made a revolution occur
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ur so wrong first off tested with a CRT 120hz made a huge differance on results second yah windows xp implements the intelipoint software boom. every 1 downgradeing buying crts i just made a revolution occur

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What I can expect from the WMO with the rear LED position wired into the sensor LED spot so that it is continuously on. Is the "rest state" implemented on sensors for a reason? Genuinely curious on this one.

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U understand hz don't matter on a crt no input lag 0 0000000
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Ur all losing ur mind since we stopped useing crt led = input lag forever
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