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1ms 60hz or 4ms 144hz?

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I don't know which monitor to pick, the 144hz monitor has free sync and I'll be getting an amd card, both are around 130 eur and I'll be doing just gaming. 

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Just now, PopsicleHustler said:

144hz 4ms of course, especially if you're getting to use FreeSync.

Of course. Those "response times" are utter marketing bullshit and just measure the amount of time it takes for the panel to go from gray to gray.

 

Any time in the 1-5ms range is not going to be distinguishable to the human eye anyways, and the actual response time including input lag and so on is going to be more anyways.

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Get the 144 for sure. As far as I know, there's basically no difference between 1-5ms response time for most people.

Also, the new AMD cards are rumored to be announced soon so, I'd say it would be worth to wait until January 8-11.

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11 minutes ago, Vod said:

I don't know which monitor to pick, the 144hz monitor has free sync and I'll be getting an amd card, both are around 130 eur and I'll be doing just gaming. 

Make sure its 144hz over HDMI, theres a displayport bug in the amd drivers that still isnt fixed

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GTG is meaningless, there is no real difference between 5ms and 1ms so obviously get the 144hz one.

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7 minutes ago, MrTiC said:

Make sure its 144hz over HDMI, theres a displayport bug in the amd drivers that still isnt fixed

Which cards does this affect? Havent seen it over DP (i havent checked driver revision)

 

Edit: just doublechecked. You can avoid this by using an slightly older driver untill the issue is solved. That is if you experience it

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Manufacturer specified resposne time is meaningless.

 

There is no industry wide accepted standard/method for testing response time. By that i mean, each manufacturer can and does use different testing methods and chooses different results (as there is no 1 specifc result to accuratly quantify pixel response time) to use for their spec sheet.

 

You could buy 1 monitor from 2 different manufacuters, both with the same panal type, both advertised with 1ms resposne time, and get vastly different results.

 

Best thing to do is check reviewers who specific test pixel resposne and compare monitors on their review list.

 

There are plenty of example where a manufactuer, say Dell, or Acer, will specify 1ms resposne time, but actualy test data from reviewers will indicate that the 80% transition response time for the testing method most reviewers use, is closer to 2 or 3ms, and the 100% transition time is 4ms. These figures get even larger when u start looking at IPS and VA panels with advertised 5ms resposne times, when in fact they are closer to 10 or 15ms.

 

in addition to this revewers will usualy include a photo depicting the average amount of ghosting present along with their results. Effectivly putting a picture to the figure to give potential purchesers a better idea of what to expect in real life.

 

 

TLDR: Ignore specified response times. Check a reviewer that tests it.

 

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1 hour ago, GoldenLag said:

Which cards does this affect? Havent seen it over DP (i havent checked driver revision)

 

Edit: just doublechecked. You can avoid this by using an slightly older driver untill the issue is solved. That is if you experience it

vega 64 here, and it happens on ALL drivers since 17.12.2 (ive tried em all), i had to switch to HDMI to get rid of it and my monitor only supports freesync over DP so RIP me

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