This is a matter of personal preference, but the crosstalk test is an extreme test that doesn't show up in most real life stuff.thizito wrote:idk why my NON-MBR is actually better at strobe crosstalk image test.. seems more clarity to me, cause this monitor is fucking perfect..
At 240Hz non-blur-reduced, you can't read the street name labels on TestUFO Panning Map Test. Now if you turn on motion blur reduction, you can read the street labels (very crisp) but you will see more crosstalk (sharp ghost images)
If you love blur reduction and hate crosstalk, use a lower refresh rate with blur reduction.
It's only about overdrive, so typically doesn't affect lag (except by a fraction of millisecond).thizito wrote:Faster vs Fast means less input lag or its not related to that? only about overdrive?
However, it may affect reaction time by behaving as as a motion-highlighter mode for some people -- the artifacts (coronas) can be used to more easily notice movement on the screen, which may help assist certain games much like black-level boost features and crosshairs features. Some monitors have a super-aggressive overdrive setting that causes thing to "glow" when they move about, and I've heard some players take advantage of ultra-overaggressive overdrive setting as a motion highlighter feature (when something moves, it glows). But it can be very distracting, especially during turning, so it may not help you.