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would oled tv's processor cause input lag and pixel responsive time much more than oled monitor?

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i own a lg c1 and also  want a gigabyte fo48u .the monitor's logic board recevied the signal from pc without optimize picture quality then send directly to the screen.Also the larger screen size cause input lag  and responisve time much more than smaller size.

 

 

 

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Not sure how to unpack what you're trying to say.

I have an LG C1 and I don't experience any input lag. RTINGS also agrees that input lag is pretty minimal.

Keep in mind that you need to enable Game Optimizer mode.

 

You may also be having difficulty adapting your reaction and muscle memory between difference screen sizes.

I personally play a lot of games on my 32" monitor and my 48" TV within a smaller window when possible. I am much better at Smash Bros Ultimate on a smaller screen than I am on my buddy's 65" screen. And it's a night and day difference between 24" windowed Devil May Cry 5 and fullscreen mode.

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6 minutes ago, saint_louis_bagels said:

Not sure how to unpack what you're trying to say.

I have an LG C1 and I don't experience any input lag. RTINGS also agrees that input lag is pretty minimal.

Keep in mind that you need to enable Game Optimizer mode.

 

You may also be having difficulty adapting your reaction and muscle memory between difference screen sizes.

I personally play a lot of games on my 32" monitor and my 48" TV within a smaller window when possible. I am much better at Smash Bros Ultimate on a smaller screen than I am on my buddy's 65" screen. And it's a night and day difference between 24" windowed Devil May Cry 5 and fullscreen mode.

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10 minutes ago, saint_louis_bagels said:

Keep in mind that you need to enable Game Optimizer mode.

This is the key to using a TV as a computer monitor. I've seen some bad input lag on TVs, 1/4 of a second or more, when they're in their default mode.

 

My current PC monitor is a TCL 43S2415 (43" 4k Roku TV); there's noticeable input lag by default, but switch to Game mode and it's imperceptible, actually better than some of the early PC monitors I've used in the past.

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14 minutes ago, saint_louis_bagels said:

Not sure how to unpack what you're trying to say.

I have an LG C1 and I don't experience any input lag. RTINGS also agrees that input lag is pretty minimal.

Keep in mind that you need to enable Game Optimizer mode.

 

You may also be having difficulty adapting your reaction and muscle memory between difference screen sizes.

I personally play a lot of games on my 32" monitor and my 48" TV within a smaller window when possible. I am much better at Smash Bros Ultimate on a smaller screen than I am on my buddy's 65" screen. And it's a night and day difference between 24" windowed Devil May Cry 5 and fullscreen mode.

dude this game has a high requirement of the monitor or tv. it needs instant pixel responsive time and zero input lag. wired controller connected for sure.

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10 hours ago, saint_louis_bagels said:

You may also be having difficulty adapting your reaction and muscle memory between difference screen sizes.

I personally play a lot of games on my 32" monitor and my 48" TV within a smaller window when possible. I am much better at Smash Bros Ultimate on a smaller screen than I am on my buddy's 65" screen. And it's a night and day difference between 24" windowed Devil May Cry 5 and fullscreen mode.

Agree. I don't mind gaming from the couch on my 55" C9, but serious stuff like Doom Eternal, Sekiro, DMC 5 etc. I still find myself going back to my trusty old 24" monitor.

  

10 hours ago, tommyhawks said:

Also the larger screen size cause input lag  and responisve time much more than smaller size.

Why would physical size affect input lag. At equal resolution displays it's the same number of pixels to drive.

10 hours ago, tommyhawks said:

dude this game has a high requirement of the monitor or tv. it needs instant pixel responsive time and zero input lag. wired controller connected for sure.

Well it's been mentioned twice now: enable game mode. That'll turn of much of the image processing so that you get the most responsive experience.

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12 hours ago, tommyhawks said:

Also the larger screen size cause input lag  and responisve time much more than smaller size.

No, it doesn't. A processor doesn't know or care what the physical size of a screen is.

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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9 hours ago, tikker said:

Agree. I don't mind gaming from the couch on my 55" C9, but serious stuff like Doom Eternal, Sekiro, DMC 5 etc. I still find myself going back to my trusty old 24" monitor.

  

Why would physical size affect input lag. At equal resolution displays it's the same number of pixels to drive.

Well it's been mentioned twice now: enable game mode. That'll turn of much of the image processing so that you get the most responsive experience.

for serious stuff i only trust small size oled monitor

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5 hours ago, tommyhawks said:

for serious stuff i only trust small size oled monitor

lg 32ep950

alienware oled monitor

Again, why? There's nothing inherently better to a smaller monitor. The difference will be in how much you see of the screen, which is a valid reason for preferring one, but a 24" 2160p screen will be the same to drive as a 70" one as it's the exact same amount of pixels.

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