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When it comes to pc gaming does 1ms response time really make a difference compared to 4ms or are you wasting your money?

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not at 60 FPS, you wouldn't notice any ghosting without a high refresh rate.

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Just now, fasauceome said:

not at 60 FPS, you wouldn't notice any ghosting without a high refresh rate.

Agreed

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8 minutes ago, Gabryel said:

When it comes to pc gaming does 1ms response time really make a difference compared to 4ms or are you wasting your money?

If you mean monitor response time it's really not going to matter

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You won't notice anything under 5ms anyway. And there has been proof that even monitor manufacturers can't measure under 2ms response times.

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On 11/15/2018 at 6:16 PM, Gabryel said:

When it comes to pc gaming does 1ms response time really make a difference compared to 4ms or are you wasting your money?

Depends on how long you've been gaming. Imo, just don't get a monitor above 6ms. 1ms does make a noticeable difference but it's not an extreme difference to those that haven't been gaming on a monitor period.

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Since manufactuer specs in regards ot resposne time are total BS anyway , it doesnt matter.

 

Best to check proper reviews that test input latency and pixel response to get a better idea. Long story short though..it doesnt really matter, anything below 16ms is fine for a 60hz monitor and anything below 25ms is good for a TV.

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On 11/15/2018 at 9:16 PM, Gabryel said:

When it comes to pc gaming does 1ms response time really make a difference compared to 4ms or are you wasting your money?

That's not response time though it's just GTG which as long as it's under 5ms it already does what it's suppose to do which is eliminate ghosting effect.

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4 hours ago, Princess Cadence said:

That's not response time though it's just GTG which as long as it's under 5ms it already does what it's suppose to do which is eliminate ghosting effect.

Technicaly it IS response time .. its NOT input latency.

 

it is also not always a GtG time they list, which is why i always say to ignore manufacturer specs in regards to response time, as there is no clear defined industry standard. Its best to trust a reviewer who tests for it specificaly so you can compare multiple manufactuers displays using said reviewers testing method. most reviewers who test pixel response (response time) will display the full set of transition times for any given color transition, includeing things like 0-80%, 80-100%, etc transition times. if they go this far they will usualy also include 'actual' input lantency tests in the reviews.

 

Response time = Pixel response (the time it takes for a pixel to transition from 1 defined color to another) A higher number results in ghosting/bluring

 

Input lag = input latency. (the time it takes an input to be processed and displayed on screen, e.g mouse click to gun shot) A higher number results in a noticable delay

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On 11/16/2018 at 1:16 AM, Gabryel said:

When it comes to pc gaming does 1ms response time really make a difference compared to 4ms or are you wasting your money? 

Not really, the frame times on even 165hz are still over 4ms. There is a difference but it's very minor and I'd rather get a good looking IPS panel over a 1ms TN one.

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