Lower input lag on the P55-F1 is achieved by either setting the picture to "Game", or enabling the "Game Low Latency" option under the "More Picture" menu. The latter method is advised so that you can have some flexibility when it comes to picture modes. The other requirement is dependent on your source. As mentioned earlier in this review, the P55-F1 features 5 HDMI inputs, though HDMI 5 is a special input that is unlike the other 4 inputs.
While the other 4 inputs are capable of processing the full suite of HDMI 2.0 features including HDR, HDMI 5 is essentially a "gaming" input that is lower bandwidth, but can support full 120hz input, as well as provide the lowest possible input lag from the display. The single important catch here though, is that it does not support HDR, while it does support 4K. So, lets run the numbers with game mode turned on, and see how this plays out.
- 4K: 26.2ms
- 4K HDR: 26.2ms
- 1080p: 27.3ms
VIZIO P-Series P55-F1 4K HDR TV Review: Low Input Lag for Gaming ...
Rating: 9.1/10 - Review by Adeel Soomro
In terms of connectivity, VIZIO's P55-F1 provides more display inputs than almost every TV on the market. Included on the P55-F1 are five HDMI ports
(four of ...