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660ti and 55" hitachi led tv

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January 15, 2013 3:38:04 AM

so before i had a 46" lcd rca tv that displayed everything beautifuly, but i decided to upgrade to a 3d tv, so i went with a hitachi 55" led 120hz active 3d tv. movies and games play great with no problem, but when im sitting on the desktop i get these weird tearing lines that just kind of flicker behind the deskop icons and in the corners of the start bar (but now has become noticable when just on a webpage around the text). At first i could change the resolution to 1680 by 1050 and that made it mostly stop, but not its pretty aparent in either resoution at 60 hz, i can add a 120 hz refersh rate and it doesnt seem to be there, but it makes all the text kind of blury. the 660ti is only 4 months old and worked fine on the other tv, is there anything that might cause this? the screen isnt flashing on and off or anything its just like a buzz of the image around certain parts of the display. it almost looks like its only the desktop text and the background is uneffected, but like i mentioned it also does it for instance around some of the text ive already typed in this message.

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a b U Graphics card
January 15, 2013 4:54:37 AM

I'm assuming it's the cable. You'll need HDMI v1.4b and above for 1080p 120Hz.
January 15, 2013 6:14:19 AM

Ah I see, so do u think that will fix the 60 hz on the desktop too or just fix the blurryness of the 120hz, and one last question, I have a reciever for surround sound so do I need to get 2 of the 1.4 cables and that'll work?
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a b U Graphics card
January 15, 2013 6:19:34 AM

That will fix the blurriness of the 120Hz.

For surround sound, probably any HDMI cables v1.3 and above would work fine.
January 15, 2013 12:49:51 PM

Everything looks stable in 120 but u think that will alleviate my buzzing text as well?, I really appreciate your help
a b U Graphics card
January 16, 2013 4:00:54 AM

It probably will.
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