Discussion in 'PC Games' started by Bourke, Nov 23, 2017.
192 first try
However, I have been playing FPS for an hour before trying this...warm up maybe?
So, the way I see it, if you do a cold first try, it's a true avg reaction time specific to you...what ever it is....then from there you could make changes to your setup to improve on.
I hope it's not ping dependent, I think it's Java based
If you try and try, you are kinda priming yourself ready, like what ZABBA said, could be in a heightened state of readiness.
On netbook cold - 364ms
Day later on game rig- 296ms
Then I did a test, click box ready, cursor to right edge of screen and wait for green move and click.
I'm on a 4k 60hz 31in screen - 696ms
Why.???...To simulate a 90 degree swing move.
A smaller screen should give you a shorter avg time.
Work computer - 316ms
Home computer - 182ms
Similar experience. Tried it at work as I was trying to see what colleagues would get and I was pulling 360-390ms. Try at home and I'm getting 220ms.
You scored 248.0. You're currently in the top 53 percentile for this test!
I averaged just over 300ms at work after multiple attempts, using a KVM and old dell 22".
When at home I averaged just over 200ms on my first attempt with my gaming box and 165hz monitor. Would love to see the breakdown between display lag and input lag, but im betting works KVM was killing me.
With 200ms I realised that my reaction time was not as bad as I thought, and that the reason I was getting owned in PUBG was more likely due to positioning and awareness.
205ms 94th percentile.
best was 185ms I think.. I consider myself above average FPS gamer.. Age is 32, I dont get enough sleep.
I rkn average would have been 180ms when I was in my gaming prime @ age 18
The big factor for how well you will do in gaming is your aim not just reaction speed.
Tried it once, on the basis that a cold test is more accurate? I got between 255 and 260 consistently, except for the last click which was 55 so an average of 217 .
I'll have another shot later.
Not bad for an old bastard.
Bought brand new mouse
First try cold-290ms
An improvement of 8ms.....giddy up
Lowest was 242ms though...Maybe it's my big hands getting in the way of my success....
bump up polling rate to 1000hz. biggest improvement to input lag you will ever see.
221 top 89 percentile.
on a 4k, 60hz monitor
240 ms lowest or 44ms when i clicked by accident at the right time lol
"The default USB polling rate is 125 Hz, which means the mouse cursor can only be updated every 8 milliseconds."
So ~4% of the average reaction time if you were to eliminate the delay entirely. Any reason why you think it's a huge improvement?
Average of 222ms, lowest was 180ms.
Just finished another 16hr shift, got 176ms on the first try and 187 average (have screenshots). I'll be keen to try in the morning (well later today) and when I'm in the zone next time I'm FPS gaming, although I doubt I'll see much difference. Looks ok to me looking at the average.
212ms through my work's VDI box :/ dunno if I'd better it at home.
121ms best, avg 225ms - 2nd try, wireless mouse.