Originally Posted by schm66
What's the lag on RS520 like for 4K gaming? Is it still in the 30ms-40ms range?
Originally Posted by Bandyka
Round 30ms and is perfectly fine unless you are an extreme hardcore competition gamer but then even wireless controllers are a no go..
Do you know if someone has actually tested the RS520 or RS620 for 4K
using output of the Leo Bodnar tool by passing the 4K signal first through an HDFury Integral and then an HDFury Linker, before outputting to the JVC projector?
I've seen the approx 30ms for 1080p in numerous spots and feel comfortable with that. I've seen quotes of between 30ms to 40ms for 4K but haven't been able to find a source indicating how that number was actually determined. I'd be thrilled if 4K is actually at 30ms as that's good enough for me for gaming. I, probably like many other gamers, want to be sure that input lag measurement is accurate. (i.e. - all the claims that the new Sony 285 and 385 are 10ms - that was passed on over and over in the various threads but it turns out that the lag is closer to 36ms for 1080p and 55ms for 4K.)
Does anyone have any idea as to how the JVC might react to different refresh speeds (30Hz, 60Hz), 8, 10 or 12 bit, or 4:2:0, 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 or using HDR or WCG might effect input lag? Or, will 4K lag be the same no matter what "flavor" of 4K is fed to the projector?
I've got an Xbox One X on order and definitely want a RS540 but have to be certain the 4K input lag is around 30ms before pulling the trigger.
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