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  1. GraXXoR

    Philips Rolls Out the 288P6LJEB 28-inch UHD Monitor

    remember that 1ms respons =/= input lag. I bought one of these after reading about the TN screen (which I usually choose for gaming) having a gtg of 5ms sounded nice for a 4k panel... BUT what it doesn't say is that there is an INPUT LAG OF WELL OVER 100ms! That's a 6 frame lag @ 60Hz. so...
  2. GraXXoR

    Philips 288P6LJEB Ultra HD Monitor Starts Selling

    Agreed. I use an old BENQ 5:4 1280 x 1024 monitor and its high refresh rate makes it great for MMO games which split second timing is required. TBH, though, I think the input pipeline and processing lag makes a far bigger difference than say, 8ms response, which is still less than 1 frame lag on...
  3. GraXXoR

    Philips 288P6LJEB Ultra HD Monitor Starts Selling

    Ooops... with a 100ms delay and 60Hz, it's obviously a 6 frame delay. LOL. Sorry.
  4. GraXXoR

    Philips Also Debuts 28-inch 4K Ultra HD Monitor

    I have one. I bought it for Blender work, but also thought it would be ok for gaming since it was boasting gtg of 5ms. Unfortuantely, it is worthless for serious gaming... What is never mentioned in the information is the > 100ms input lag. This makes it display with a delay of over 6 frames...
  5. GraXXoR

    Philips 288P6LJEB Ultra HD Monitor Starts Selling

    I bought one of these after reading about the TN screen (which I usually choose for gaming) having a gtg of 5ms. It seemed reasonable, for gaming, indeed. And since I enjoy blender, the extra res would be useful... Aaaanyway... *WARNING* It is a total waste of a gamer's deskspace. DO NOT...