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I went to do as you suggested - to swap the outputs, but I was unable to do so as the DVI output on my dell d/dock is digital only and physically cannot accommodate the DVI -> VGA converter...so, sadly, I was unable to do as you suggested - which is too bad because I really wanted to.
Anyway, what I DID do is connect the exact same equipment to my old 60Hz toshiba LCD from 2007 with the fake 120Hz Motionflow or whatever. I consistently hit lag times in the mid 120ms range.
So, obviously, this lag thing isnt that big of a deal because I have logged some serious hours on my Xbox on this trusty Toshiba.
Soooo....getting 60ms is TWICE as good and 90ms is still alot better...i find your analysis interesting as far as frames go, but arent these TVs 240Hz?
Anyway, maybe with processing turned off because it sensed a computer signal, it reverts to 60Hz or something. Point is, 62ms or 96ms is still way better than 125ms, so it probably isnt that big of a deal if i never noticed it before on the Xbox. This IS through an HDMI switch on the Toshiba, but I cannot imagine that would make a difference. Thoughts?