Luckylock wrote:Now my friend and I both have the exact same video card (MSI GTX 970).
We both have different 144 hz monitors.
When we plug into the top DVI-D port, it feels responsive and "normal". When we plug into the bottom DVI-I port, the mouse / aim feels floaty in cs:go. I don't think that's placebo, but on paper, they should be the same since DVI-D port is DVI-D + DVI-A.
I think the bottom DVI-I port has more input lag than the top DVI-D port. Are we crazy / dreaming / hallucinating / etc? We've been playing competitive FPS games for years.
We made sure that it's running at 144 hz on the bottom DVI-I port as well. Anyone else down to test this and confirm here?
You need a second person to do a test. He/she plugs the monitor in, doesn't tell you which port it's in, and you try to tell whether there's input lag or not.
You do that like 10 times or so. The more the better.
Sparky wrote:Does the cable have the analog pins, or just the digital ones? Might try a digital only cable, to make sure there isn't a digital->analog->digital conversion going on.
RealNC wrote:Did you verify in your monitor's OSD that:
a) the connection is digital
b) it actually runs at high refresh rates and is not stuck at 60Hz
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