Yes most of them do. Not the case with XG248Q and XG258Q. XG248Q has good input lag across all refresh rates with both DP and HDMI 2.0 connections XG258Q has the lowest input lag at 240hz with DP, high at 144hz with DP, good with HDMI 2.0Q83Ia7ta wrote:XanderBaatz wrote:How good is the input lag and blur reduction (overdrive) on lower refresh rates like 165 hz, 144 Hz, 120 Hz?Chief Blur Buster said there are some 240hz monitors that have increased input lag at 60/120/144 refresh rates even with displayport.Notty_PT wrote:Input lag at 144hz or any other refresh rate with DisplayPort is slow. With HDMI 2.0 it is fast, so you would need to switch cables.
No! Is very very noticeable. You will notice the increased input lag instantly, your mouse will feel floaty even on windows. It is way slower than other 144hz models. Unless you use HDMI 2.0 connection, on that case the input lag is gone (don´t ask me why).XanderBaatz wrote:Is it like really significant or is it just a little bit?Notty_PT wrote:Input lag at 144hz or any other refresh rate with DisplayPort is slow. With HDMI 2.0 it is fast, so you would need to switch cables.XanderBaatz wrote:@Notty_PT can I ask you one last question about the XG258Q please?
How good is the input lag and blur reduction (overdrive) on lower refresh rates like 165 hz, 144 Hz, 120 Hz?
I am asking cause' I can't currently sustain 240 fps in all games, because my hardware isn't strong enough (GTX 1070 TI, i7-6700k), and I'd like to lower the refresh rate in some games.
However, as I said on other topics, this monitor works very well with a 120fps cap + 240hz refresh rate, the overdrive stays consistent and that´s how I am using it on games where framerate is impossible to keep at 200fps+. Apex, Battlefield, Black Ops, Quake Champions, etc.
How do you think the input lag is on 144 Hz compared to a regular 144 Hz monitor?
I´m still using both, but you know I like to base my preferences on facts. So far I beat all my personal records on the XG258Q so I´m using it a lot lately. However I still hate the 24,5 size and I struggle with it if I play for more than 2 hours. My desk is pretty large and I already have the monitor really far away, still not liking it. I really wish companies would stop doing monitors bigger than 24 for competitive gaming. I used 23 inches for years (LG w2363d 120hz monitor) and I absolutely love that size.theangryregulator wrote:@Notty_PT do you now favor the XG258Q over the XG2402 as your main display?
On that regard the XG248Q is amazing because it isn´t even a 24 inch panel, it is 23,8. No eye strain at all.
This is the only reason why I still don´t know if I will keep the XG258Q as my main, but is hard to get rid from the monitor where I got better personal records. Its input lag is crazy low, that thing is so snappy. Asus Game Fast Input technology is just amazing.