What is Game Mode on TV?
TVs are good at a certain thing, and that is reproducing an image that is pleasing to the eye. However, in most cases, that means using image processing that takes up a lot of power and even more importantly, time.
When you are playing a first-person shooter, the last thing you want is to wait for your screen to make an image more aesthetically pleasing while bullets and explosive ordinance are flying around.
Game mode or PC mode, depending on the manufacturer, turns off image processing which is unnecessary for playing video games, and thus increases the response time of the TV. However, the game mode itself will make most TV screens better, but one should take into consideration all the various components which contribute to the overall input lag.
What is Input Lag?
Overall, the definition of input lag is the time...