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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 06:43 AM - Thread Starter
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New 240hz TN panels already out?

I keep hearing about some new and improved 240hz TN panels that are meant to come out this year. Is it true? Did it happen yet? Any model names?

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-22-2019, 07:51 PM
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Right below your thread is that Lenovo. They are not out yet I think and cost $1k because of stupid Gsync module.
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Right below your thread is that Lenovo. They are not out yet I think and cost $1k because of stupid Gsync module.
G-Sync module always results in better overdrive and variable refresh overdrive than its Freesync counterparts. The overdrive results of Freesync displays are always garbage.
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G-Sync module always results in better overdrive and variable refresh overdrive than its Freesync counterparts. The overdrive results of Freesync displays are always garbage.
Well this doesn't really matter, in the lower sub-100FPS range there is so much motion blur anyway that its a jittery blurry mess no matter how you put it. If the display performs good in the 100-140FPS zone, it's what matters the most.

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Quote: Originally Posted by larrydavid View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
Right below your thread is that Lenovo. They are not out yet I think and cost $1k because of stupid Gsync module.
G-Sync module always results in better overdrive and variable refresh overdrive than its Freesync counterparts. The overdrive results of Freesync displays are always garbage.
Tell that to Paul who had major ghosting on the 200hz $2500 Asus compaired to the $1000 34" 144hz LG Freesync.

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Tell that to Paul who had major ghosting on the 200hz $2500 Asus compaired to the $1000 34" 144hz LG Freesync.
The ghosting has to do with pixel response not the sync technology.
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