The main discovery was that the OLED version not only delivers better images but is also faster responsive in games.

The main focus of the study was to examine input latency (the time required for the response to user actions to appear on the screen).

Experts found that the OLED model of the Steam Deck provides a 10 ms faster response time compared to the LCD version at the same screen refresh rate. Additionally, the OLED panel’s ability to operate at 90Hz further improves response times; this is especially noticeable when using the frame rate limiting options in SteamOS.

Testing was carried out on Doom Eternal and Crysis 3 Remastered and observed significant differences in input lag between the two models.

Source: Ferra

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