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This true because if I put my TV in 1080p 120hz mode (albeit black frame insertion) there is a massive difference in mouse pointer speed and response of the mouse pointer on the screenThe input difference is very real and an easy way to see it is if you have multiple screens hooked up run one at 60hz and one 120hz+ then just running your mouse back and forth you will see the difference.
If I game in that mode 120hz 1080p you get that 120hz feeling in response (and at only £350) but is it going to make me a better player? when most of the important timings are decided by the games server and it's load at any given moment, let alone your own internet connection and your service suppliers network load at any given time.
when it comes down to hand and eye coordination and you just get used to your setup if you have had it a while and your hand and eye coordination would of naturally adjusted to what ever your display gives you
If your used to playing games at 60hz on your display doesn't matter if its a Monitor or TV and you have played that way for years but then you start playing at 120hz you will probs find you play worse until your adjusted to the new speed but once you have adjusted to 120hz you prob's don't get anymore kills than you did when you played at 60hz.
You would have to go really cheap brand to get the kind of crappy feeling of an LCD TV screens offered 10 years ago.
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