What paper are you talking about ? Please give reference, if you're talking about the IJARCCE journal, it mostly only talks about Oled, and is from 2014 not 2006....so I'm just wondering.
But if you're talking about the article you originally linked, there are references and brand names and models of the gaming panels used in the tests...actual and current modern gaming monitors.
I see...I NEVER said that either, Heliosurge is affirming I said that, maybe I once, at the very beginning of my interventions in the forum, months ago, I could have said that most standard LCD panels have a medium refresh rate operation set at that value (and just the fact that almost any phone, OS or device in the graphic panel sets it to this number by default, with sometimes options for 72 or 75, should make you think...).
And if you try to use an utility to push the monitor to overclocked values , say for example at 90Hz it will go black screen in protection mode cause out of range... (not every monitor, but most models yes)
Absolutely ! I'm one of the more prone to that here, and all my posts show this...but this is not the matter here, like I already explained in detail (to a level that even my cat understand it now...)
The two papers are update and still current, IJARCCE journal is from 2014 and still valid for the points that were being discussed.
The study you linked....well....it's from THIS SAME YEAR. I don't see your point at all.
It's not about contesting new tech discoveries, I could cite more actual discoveries that are still kept hidden and that one day will render actual panel tech (including Oled) looks like junk, but I will not go in that terrain at this point, for the reasons I already explained over and over.
Of course....but still....I'm not seeing your point, both these tech are just great and will do, until new ones will be introduced.
Sure, golden rule....I see but....
I'll make you an example as simple as is humanly possible, using you as example:
1) You describe some new tech to the forum, and make some points.
2) I say "Okay, but there's something more you maybe don't have noticed and it is that this tech can't go over xxx because of yyy.
3) You say: Not true, here some links who prove that it can very well go over xxx - LINK
4) I go to see that link but that is not what I was trying to explain, so I am explaining here in some more little detail.
5) You say: It's not even that way....look here: LINK
6) I go to look that link and, WTF ?!?!? It is saying EXACTLY what I was trying to explain, almost 100% (to this point I'm begin to feel there's something wrong with you, or that you're just insulting my intelligence)
7) I stay cool and again even try to go some more in depth with the discussion and try make you notice it was the same I was trying to explain.
8) You: NO WAY.....give me proof ! Give me links ! (even that the proof proving what I was saying was already presented by YOURSELF in your links!)
9) I say: Okay, you asked for it. I give some advanced material explaining in depth the matter and point at the specific points I was just trying to make you notice (although at this point I seriously doubted the ability to be understood by you, but still trusting to broaden the understanding of other, maybe interested people)
10) You: NO, NO, NO, it's different, and you go back to 1) to the start of the all above, repeating the process, and linking other things that again, confirms what I was talking, and even contradicting you.
11) I get convinced you're totally insane or just have some serious character or learning problems, or just suffering from a narcissistic complex.
That's PRECISELY what this moderator Heliosurge has done. Not sure about you, but to me it is insulting someone's intelligence, and any person with a sane mind and a minimum dignity for himself would have felt this way.
Not about tech talk, or having fun or having own opinions, I am very well open and prone to that, so stop saying it.