Lower number is sometimes better however you really only see the difference when viewing video, especially HD. This is where the 16ms panels I have kinda struggle.
Difference between 6 and 2ms is negligible. What graphix card are you driving the panel with?
if calculation not wrong 60fps = 1/60 second = 0.01666*sec = 16ms... which most graphics card are trying to achieve...
having 2ms, means your graphics card must output 500fps...
think normal human eyes probably around 30fps... thats why some tricks are around to trick the eyes using this method. more trained ones maybe higher...
we have faster ms to have smoother refresh...
sometimes also dunno how its calculated... probably my calculation also flawed.
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Last edited by mynameisgreg; 10th July 2009 at 01:37 PM.
so even if graphics card is fast enuff... you see ghosting effect when u play game cos the color cannot change fast enuff
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Likewise, what is a usable response time doesn't mean how fast a screen refreshes either. Actually, it refers to the time the average screen pixel can transform between 2 ends of a given colour gamut range. Go read up on it, its not what you interpret it to be.
Last edited by KangS; 10th July 2009 at 03:11 PM.