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Study: Video quality is directly related to your hardware's processing power and the capabilities of your game engine. Latency mainly depends on the game's frame rate, the way the game engine processes the logic, and the signal processing time of the monitor. The average input delay for the display is about 30 ms. Latency for local gaming is about 5 frames or almost a tenth of a second. An optimized game engine for modern games usually takes 3 frames. The maximum interaction delay for many games should be no more than 200 ms, and for games that require a response more than 100 ms.