CHART: Display Persistence versus Motion Blur

This is a new chart that compares motion blur based on display persistence of different displays and technologies.

For every 1ms of display persistence, there is 1 pixel of additional motion blur during 1000 pixels/second motion, for frame rates matching Hz. Demo animations include TestUFO Persistence and TestUFO Black Frame Insertion.


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georaldc
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georaldc

So which category do Sony Bravias using “impulse” mode fall? I recently bought a w900a (super sweet TV!) and impulse seems to look almost as good as my vg248qe with lightboost, but with a slight hint of ghost trails if you look for it

mikeee
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mikeee

Will the new ROG Asus monitor work with GSYNC and ULMB? like a crt ? sorry im not very good at understanding all the technical stuff about monitors so yeah… reading this stuff is very confusing to me! anyways this is the monitor i am talking about:
http://www.asus.com/us/News/xXtX0FNhXQWPrry7

aiden
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aiden

Hey all, im looking forward to purchase a monitor that has the lowest input lag.

Im not sure if i should be looking at gsync monitor or lightboost or other new technologies. I can compromise color vibrancy, contrast and even micro stuttering to achieve the lowest input lag. What monitor brand/model would best suit my needs? Also is it worth buying the monitor now or are there new monitors or new technologies that will be released upcoming years. I dont mind the budget as well.

SS4
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SS4

About a year ago i bought the asus VG248QE for the exact reason you stated and it was on sale when i got it too lol.
Now its still among the best input lag wise but i believe the new BENQ are = or maybe slightly better, i’d have to look it up.

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