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might get the asus rog ZEPHYRUS. is there really a big deference between 1ms and 3ms.

ColinHirosky

14 months ago

i use a 144hz display with 1ms response time, the Zephyrus has a 144hz 3ms response time panel, does anyone here has experience with a situation with this

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  • 14 months ago
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Human reaction time is something like 200ms

Also response time is generally gray-gray but differs company to company

So response time is worthless for almost everyone

  • 14 months ago
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ok thank you, btw i practice aim booster reaction time alot and i have reaction time of like 125 ms xd weird flex but ok

  • 13 months ago
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Sorry for this late response, but response times also have an effect on the motion blur, check the Blur Busters site for more insight

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