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Cannot set LCD TV/monitor above 60Hz

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  1. bob32256

    bob32256 Thread Starter

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    I just connected a Vizio LCD TV to my system (full HD, 480Hz). In Control Panel, there is no refresh rate option above 60Hz. Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong? Thanks for your help.

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    From a computer? Probably won't have anything higher than 60, that's what its supposed to be. If its a 120 or 240 (480??) Hz monitor, those settings are in the monitor, not the signal going to the monitor. It also might have some odd name...on my LG its called TruMotion.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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