Originally Posted by Fleury
I cant wait to see some lag tests on these new samsung's. Thats the only efficient way to know if they are good or not. Otherwise its just opinions.
How does one perform a lag test, other than the haphazard method of playing games as I've done.
Also, as a phenomenon, if a TV has a lag of X, is the effect on every game and from every platform (Xbox360 vs. PS3 especially) identical, or are there other factors involved.
Let's say that you play 2 games back to back on the same system. One game requires very little time for the graphics processing to be received by the TV (I think lag is different than pixel redrawing, but correct me if I'm wrong), and the other games graphics require much more texture mapping, shadow detail, etc. Does that mean that X lag in game A will be the same as X lag in game B?
While that some games load more slowly on the platform itself challenging platform graphics hardware to a greater extent, would more complex information being fed to the TV when moving on screen or when shooting (the actions where lag is usually noticed) effect lag at all?
One reason that I'm asking is that I cannot create lag with the games I've tried regardless of the settings. I don't want to mistakenly conclude (and lead people to the conclusion) that therre's no lag if it is somewhat dependent on the complexity of the graphics processing or something else with the game).