1ms MPRT in strobed mode. AS EXPECTED.
That screen grab is a typical response time table. 0 = black, 255 = white. Video says that's in the fastest response mode. But this highly depends on how the measurement is done, when do they take the time at 80% transition? At 90%? At 100%? There is a big difference and there is also difference between reviewers/equipment. And how much artifacting is there in this fastest mode.
Sub 5ms is nice if it doesn't artifact, doubtful.
Oh yes, OMG, that artifacting in the video is brutal. So yes with massive OD you can get to 2-4ms, great but you will suffer crazy over/undershoots.
They show another comparison but the only worthwhile monitor to compare in there is the 240Hz TN. Looks OK without OD, faster than the TN but not with OD. If their measurements are to be trusted.
Looks like typical cherry picked BLB review sample. There is some but it's not too bad. Funnily enough it has the same hotspots on lower right corner as AUO AHVA panels. Color temp. uniformity... *where is that puke emoji*
Looks no better than AUO AHVA, same issue left-right side differ a lot in color temperature.
Can downscale 2160p input from consoles.
Remains to be seen what they did right and what they borked.
I would say the strobing will be as uselessly implemented (=crosstalk) as we've seen so far on most other monitors that can't be user adjusted.
If they keep the quality, uniformity, good and don't mess with input image to sharpen or blur it in their postprocessing then it could be finally a good 27" 144Hz IPS.
Sorry translator doesn't understand the mobile OCN cryptic language.
These Samsung HG70 panel based monitors are 2 years old now, nothing new. Maybe they finally improved the quality issue who knows but after 2 years and endless horror stories why bother with a curved VA, the curved alone makes it not worth even looking at.
I would definitely wait for the new LG panel and see how that turns out, if not proper with LG monitor then maybe the EVE or other.
For FPS games 27" is I would say good but if you don't need to check HUD elements (radar, minimap, ammo, what ever that are on edges of screen) and can crank up the FOV (100 deg hor. minimum) then 31.5" isn't bad either, it's only not as high pixel density at same resolution. For most everything else 31.5" is better.