guy1/OP is the guy in question but there are other idiots ITT as usual
>guy1 spends hours extolling the virtue of his new LCD, which he has compared between 0 and 2 other LCDs
>guy1 says there is no ghosting [page 1] (all monitors ever made have ghosting)
>guy2 says there is slight ghosting (all monitors ever made have ghosting)
>guy3 says there is blurring (LCDs couldn't not have blurring except a decade later when we got strobed-backlight models, which then have lots of ghosting that would have otherwised been covered up by much worse blur caused by sample-and-hold)
>guy4: the monitor has input lag
>guy5: "also vsync is advisable wether its crt or lcd... no need to force your hardware more than what your monitor is able to chew out" (if that was the reason, you could just cap the framerate to refresh rate and save 16ms of input lag from double buffered vsync)
>guy1: "I'm sorry that you're unhappy w/ your purchase" (copy/paste from salesrep handbook)
>guy1: "Once you go above what the monitor is capable of displaying, you get tearing." (without vsync, tearing happens no matter what your framerate and refresh rate are. in the best with a high precision timer and stable environment, you can get the tear line to stay close to the same spot)
>guy1 thinks he has rights to talk about mouse lag when he notices no problem caused by 16ms lag on double buffered 60Hz vsync
>guy1 " I highly doubt the monitor has anything to do w/ mouse lag. I could be wrong, however I've never heard of something like that relating to a monitor." (input lag is a common bug in the LCD industry)
>guy2: " i do like vsync, but there's just no way it will happen at the native res for this monitor. i just can't play when the fps suddenly drop from 60 to 30."
>guy1: "That's not the way VSync works." (it is)
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