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HD4650 refresh rate?

HD4650 refresh rate?

HD4650 refresh rate?

(OP)
I am just wondering.. I have 120 hertz TV and I wanted to play some movies through my pc.
also, i am using HD4650 and trying to change the refresh rate setup.
but it only comes only 60 hertz.
if i try to up more than 60 something like 75. it lows the resolution.
is there any other way to up refresh rate? or should i get a better video card?
if i do, can anyone recommend one? (cheaper, but good performance?)
thanks

RE: HD4650 refresh rate?

(OP)
forgot to mention one more thing.
when i see my tv source, it shows 60 hertz always of course

RE: HD4650 refresh rate?

You should be using 60Hz only. The TV electromics doubles up the scan to 120Hz. You cannot drive it at a higher rate than 60Hz without breaking the TV.

Changing the video card will achieve nothing.
 

Regards: Terry

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