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Old 12-03-2018, 02:05 AM   #3920 (permalink)
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Can you guys believe we almost have a hundred pages of whatever this topic is supposed to be?

Or if you have not changed the number of posts per page, I guess we already have hundreds.

Will #4,000 be "Thread closed. Get a life?"

Anyway, this is probably off-topic. Imagine how that makes me feel. Do you guys remember some weirdo ranting about LCD screens? I was watching this video while trying to impress the ladies with my knowledge of international shoe size conversions:

About 1:15 in: "It mentions HDTV causing delays and to set your TV to game mode."

I sought and I found:

Normally the TV takes the signal from the cable, massages it to make it look 'nicer'; applies your current settings for colour temperature, contrast, brightness, etc; resizes it to the actual pixel scale of the screen (if required) with the nicest resize algorithm it can muster; and then outputs it to the screen. And if that all takes 50+ ms then who cares[?]
So, would Game Mode be as fast as a CRT?