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Many LCDs you find today have 120hz panels, with a 60hz link to your media (eg, a PS3, Bluray player, or Computer). The panel will always run at 120hz, giving you less ghosting and blur in high-action films and games; however very few TVs can support a 120hz link to a PC (which will additionally require a Dual DVI-D cable in order to support the kind of bandwidth necessary to drive an LCD at 1920x1080@120hz). There is usually no noticeable benefit of having a 120hz source unless you're using stereoscopic equipment.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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