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Dell P992 19" Trinitron CRT giveaway (3 comments)
Posted by crack @ 03:41 CDT, 19 July 2013 - iMsg
144 Hz @ 800x600, 120 Hz @ 1024x768, 100 Hz @ 1280x960.

Good condition, no burn-in.

Pic here

Monitor currently resides at my parents' house, will pick it up on monday. I want to give it away for free because I think it's too good to throw it away :)

Will post to any country in Europe, as long as you pay the shipping.
You can pay via Paypal or IBAN bank transfer.


Anyone interested?
Edited by crack at 03:44 CDT, 19 July 2013 - 2627 Hits
Need QLDP 1.3.2 (4 comments)
Posted by crack @ 04:40 CDT, 28 May 2011 - iMsg
Hello my dear friends (-_-)

I recently installed Firefox 3.0 again, since it gives me the most stable FPS in QL. However, I deleted QLDP 1.3.2 and only have 1.3.3 left, which is not compatible with FF 3.0.
Can somebody please upload or send me QLDP 1.3.2?

Thank you very much in advance.

:edit: Yes, I googled for it before posting here.
Edited by crack at 04:41 CDT, 28 May 2011 - 1463 Hits
czech pwn (8 comments)
Posted by crack @ 07:19 CST, 8 November 2009 - iMsg
Edited by crack at 08:07 CST, 8 November 2009 - 1838 Hits
Samsung 2233: 0ms input lag (PROOF!) (22 comments)
Posted by crack @ 19:01 CDT, 14 August 2009 - iMsg
As some of you might know, I stated in an earlier thread about the Samsung 2233 TFT 120hz monitor that I do not notice any input lag compared to a CRT, even though some hardware site posted pictures of the screen apparently having some 11ms input lag. If you wanna read the background story, see the next paragraph. If you don't want to, just click the links at the bottom of the post.

So I moved back to my parents' place for max 2 months since I graduated from university and needed a place to stay at. I found my old 19" Dell P992 CRT standing in my old room - and since I had my Samsung and my computer with me, I decided to do some input lag testing myself with my dad's digital camera. I'm sorry for the REALLY bad quality of the pictures, but it's in the middle of the night (dark) and the shutter was set to 1/1000s. I know that it is not even visually possible to determine the monitor types... If you don't believe me, I'll try to take pictures at daytime.

Here are the pictures:

http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/1.jpg
http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/2.jpg
http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/3.jpg
http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/4.jpg
http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/5.jpg
http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/6.jpg
http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/7.jpg
http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/8.jpg
http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/9.jpg

*EDIT*

better picture:

http://home.arcor.de/boyp/pics/inputlagtest/P1000996.jpg


*EDIT #2*

h8m3 suggested a more accurate testing method in this post.

The results from that were the following: Within the 19 pictures I took, none was further behind than 0.5 frames, which makes a maximum of 4ms effective input lag (since 1 frame at 120hz is ~8ms). The lowest effective input lag was at 0.3 frames, which makes a minimum of 2.5ms. As an average number I calculated ~0.4 frames, which is ~3.3ms.

I think those numbers a pretty reasonable, considering nowadays' pixel response times...
Edited by crack at 07:52 CDT, 18 August 2009 - 9408 Hits
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