all pixels in motion must pass through all monitor pixels between the start end ending points without skipping any of them. At 1000Hz, everything up to 1000 pixels per second can do that.
lexlazootin wrote:I think it's crazy that they haven't released 300hz monitors yet. is it really that hard?
spacediver wrote:As refresh rates get higher, you need faster pixel rise and fall times to avoid cross talk between refreshes.
RealNC wrote:He means the panels themselves. If a pixel cannot be updated that many times per second, higher refresh will give you washed-out colors and blur. LCDs need time to change state.
This is already happening with 144Hz monitors. If you actually measure color reproduction, the colors at 144Hz are worse than at 60Hz. Not very much so, but it would get even worse if you up the refresh rate even more. For the pixel to fully transition into its final state, it needs time. If it changes state before it has transitioned completely, you're getting a wrong color.
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