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Re: time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby coyotewolf6 » 01 Sep 2019, 12:41

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Re: time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby Chief Blur Buster » 05 Sep 2019, 13:46

This thread is correct -- don't confuse latency (milliseconds) versus pixel response (milliseconds)
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However, remember that lowest latency isn't always the best.

A low-but-erratic latency can sometimes make aiming harder in certain games such as PUBG.

Some people want consistent latency or minimized stutters to improve their aiming.

Picture this:

Very volatile from 1ms to 7ms, averaging to 4ms average lag.
--versus--
Less volatile from 5.5ms to 6.5ms, averaging to 6ms average lag.

The latter can sometimes provide better scores in certain stuttery and framerate-fluctuatey games. Less volatile but slightly higher average lag. Versus more volatile but slightly lower average lag.

When we're within these single-digit milliseconds, sometimes less volatile is better.
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Re: time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby 1000WATT » 05 Sep 2019, 20:01

Chief Blur Buster wrote:Very volatile from 1ms to 7ms, averaging to 4ms average lag.
--versus--
Less volatile from 5.5ms to 6.5ms, averaging to 6ms average lag.

It’s easier to immediately make 6.5, 12 FPS do not play a role.
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