Response Time Compensation LCD Displays

Subject: Graphics Cards | December 21, 2005 - 11:00 AM |
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XBitLabs takes a look at 7 LCD displays that feature Response Time Compensation. Response Time Compensation is a technique that reduces a pixel's transition timw by applying a higher voltage. It's a very interesting article that is a must for anyone who is thinking of buying an LCD display in the next year.


What is UDI and why should you care? It seems that NVIDIA and Intel are teaming up to provide a new display interconnect that supports HDCP and HDMI. This is in competition to the DisplayPort standard.


Also, here's a round-up of the day's video card reviews.


Source: X-Bit Labs