On Sat, 29 Jun 2002, Greg Farrel wrote:
> - display latency. LCD screens have a noticable latency in changing pixel
> values. Someone told me a ballpark figure of 30 miliseconds. Because of
> this LCD's arent much use for playing high fps (frame per second) games,
/except/ for the SGI 1600SW - latency as good as a CRT. (well good
enough anyway. i can not produce latency artifacts on mine anyway.)
do current generation LCD's still have latency/ghosting problems?
> - much finer resolution.
> lcd's have a fixed native resolution, which is not going to be
> close to as high as a decent crt can support. They also dont handle
> the non native resolutions as well as the native.
>> as to display flicker, lcds are better, but I run my 19 inch crt at
> 140hz because eye flicker drives me mad. At anything from 120 up I defy
> anyone to spot flicker.
well, LCDs dont flicker at all - /much/ easier on the eyes.
i defy you to spot flicker on an LCD at 48Hz refresh.
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