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  1. To speed up boring sections of videos, clickbait videos, and Time lapses. I watch videos with dialogue at least 2.5x up to 8x with CC
  2. I watch some YouTube videos at 1080p at 16x speed with the H.264 codec using a chrome extension. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/h264ify/aleakchihdccplidncghkekgioiakgal?hl=en
  3. I agree that I didn't witness 480hz but I did notice at least 300hz since 1000ms/3ms=333.3
  4. It's not placebo when I can clearly see the motion blur on my 240hz. I don't know if I my eyes are exceptionally good but I don't have to force myself to see the motion blur. https://www.testufo.com/framerates#count=2&background=none&pps=1920
  5. I don't care about color accuracy as much as I care about eliminating motion blur that is very apparent to me.
  6. Ideally I would want a monitor that doesn't frame skip. I agree that 960hz is not noticeable if you watch content in real time. But if you speed up content to 16x speed like I do, It is very noticeable for me.
  7. There are 4k 144hz monitors on amazon but I can't afford any of them. With a 1ms response time, I should theoretically be able to create the custom resolution of 1920x1080 at 960Hz using the Nvidia control panel. https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?47143-Increase-your-screen-refresh-rate-(Hz)-with-these-7-steps On my Acer 1080p 240hz monitor, I was able to get 720x576 at 480hz. Using the Blur Busters UFO test, the difference between 480hz and 240hz was clear to me and even my little sister who is in 5th grade. The motion blur on my 240hz monitor is still very noticeable with the test below. https://www.testufo.com/framerates#count=2&background=none&pps=1920 With the "Video Speed Controller" chrome extension, I speed up videos with dialogue and CC from 2.5x to 8x, and up to 16x for videos with little to no dialogue. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/video-speed-controller/nffaoalbilbmmfgbnbgppjihopabppdk?hl=en Here's some simple equations to explain why I need a 4k 240hz monitor: 3840x2160*240=1920x1080*960 [Theoretically 4k 240hz sends the same quantity of information as 1080p 960hz] 4k 240hz mode: (30 fps video)*(8x speed)=240 fps (60 fps video)*(4x speed)=240 fps 1920x1080 960hz mode: (30 fps video)*(32x speed)=960 fps (60 fps video)*(16x speed)=960 fps
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