Play Gears of War, look at a wall and walk forward and backwards while switching the motionflow (or eqivalent) on and off. You'll notice why GAMING on a TV with 120hz is much, MUCH better.
I'll notice why GAMING on a TV with 120hz is MUCH better? Or will I notice that ONE part of GEARS OF WAR looks MUCH better on your TV with the motion enhancers on than it does with it off?
If it's so much
better, how come you have to look for certain things in certain games, while moving a certain way to even notice the positives?
And like said, I understand it makes a difference in a few instances with the motion enhancers on (Which most people would have to look for to notice), but how much difference does 120hz make fpr gaming with the motion enhancer OFF? None? ... Because not everyone likes the look of motion enhancer technology right?
Also, I don't see turning your motion enhancers on and off as a fair test for anything other than what it does on YOUR
tv, which isn't to say that with it off, is exactly how it would look on a 60hz LCD. The 60hz tv is a different tv. And even even if it was confirmed that these specific issues look better ON 120HZ LCDs with motion enhancers on than on newer 60hz LCDs, that's still not my main point, although I would like to see some formal confirmation regarding this issue in gaming.
Sounds like there is a very specific set of circumstances required to even notice what you are talking about, which in all my quests for knowledge on this issue, I end up hearing again and again.
I just fail to see technically, how 120hz tvs can be significantly better than their 60hz equivalents for GAMING except for in certain parts of certain games. And it would be interesting to see the ratio between how frequent artifancts become apparent as a result of the motion enhancers vs how frequent the motion enhancers improve the image over a modern model 60hz equivalent LCD for gaming, and then averaging this ratio after testing like 30 games witha bunch of different people at different setting of motion enhancement.
Can someone please explain in technical terms how 120hz with motion enhancers on can benefit gaming
in general, and not just in select instances in select games? And if these benefits outweigh the detriments realistically. I have looked into it but cannot find any signifcant reason to believe that the motion enhancers do more than just increase performance in a few select instances, or that the 120hz by istelf does anything at all, or that the benefits of the motion enhancers outweigh the artifacts caused as a result of these enhancers in gaming.
Is it fair to say that if you do not use the motionenhancer technology that 120hz LCDS will provide no performance enhancement over newer60hz LCDS for gaming?
Is it also fair to say that if you do use the motion enhancer technology that the downside could outweigh the upside?
I know what my eyes tell me, but my eyes arn't too picky as long as the tv is callibrated good, so that's irrelevant.
I would love to read more info on this.