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Understanding GtG versus MPRT: Two Pixel Response Benchmarks

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Understanding GtG versus MPRT: Two Pixel Response Benchmarks

Postby Chief Blur Buster » 10 May 2019, 13:01

For those who are insanely curious about why there are two different pixel response benchmarks...

GtG stands for Grey-To-Grey.
MPRT stands for Moving Picture Response Time.

GtG represents how long it takes for a pixel to change between two colors.
MPRT represents how long a pixel is continuously visible for.

For a bigger explanation, with many diagrams, see:

GtG versus MPRT: Frequently Asked Questions About Display Pixel Response

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