Lag response comparison.

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  1. xxtadaz

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    Good morning,

    I've recently decided to take my gaming a bit more seriously so have been looking into an easy comfortable set up. I am trying to decide if there is a reason to switch my T.V, I am currently using a Samsung UE46ES5500, I have this set on game mode but looking around the internet I can see it has a minimum response time of 28ms and is most likely higher than that. I am considering purchasing a BenQ GL2450HM with a reported response time of 2ms. I would like to know if there is any real point in the switch or would this be pointless.

    As a side note this is to be used with a Xbox 360/Xbox one.

    Many thanks.
     
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    An input lag of 28ms is about as good as it gets for a TV based on the measurements we have done recently, although we haven't tested the BenQ. Personally I'd stick with what you have to be honest, I doubt you'd notice the difference even if the BenQ did have an input lag of only 2ms.
     
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