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3D-ready Monitor / 3D-ready TV at 120Hz

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April 25, 2011 11:43:35 AM

My concern is more with the 120Hz part of the equation.

Will either a 3D-ready monitor or a 3D-ready TV operate at 120Hz refresh rates at 1080p when hooked to a PC (given the video card(s) support(s) this)?

Is there a monitor out there, larger than 24" that will run at 120Hz refresh rates? Will a 3D-ready HDTV do this?
a c 129 U Graphics card
a b C Monitor
April 25, 2011 12:59:48 PM

I'm going to move this out of this category to the flat-panel monitors category.
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April 25, 2011 1:59:07 PM

A 3d-ready Moniter and 3d-ready TV are two TOTALLY DIFFERENT THINGS.

A: TV: A 120Hz TV uses interpolation to create extra frames from a 60 frame source, and thus can NOT accept a native 120Hz output [required for NVIDIA 3d vision, for instance]. 3d is typically achieved from extra processing done internally by the TV, which tends to add noticable delay to the signal [especially when user input is involved]

B: Moniter: A 3d ready moniter can accept a native 120Hz signal, but can not create a 3d effect on its own [must be provided by source].
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