What Is Input Lag on a Monitor?

What Is Input Lag on a Monitor?

Input Lag refers to the time it takes for a frame to be sent from the computer's graphics card to the monitor.

Does Monitor Input Lag Matter?

Input lag is most noticable during gaming and other reaction-based activities.

What is Acceptable Input Lag?

The recommended input lag for gaming is 16 milliseconds or less and forty milliseconds or less for casual use before the delay becomes noticable.

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