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Windows 7: Screen Refresh Rate - Custom for NVIDIA Brand

07 Jan 2013   #30

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Hello Brink,

Thanks for the response... I was reading a lot in the last 2 days and slowly I begin to understand that the refresh rate of my output 1920x1080x32@24Hz is the standard output from the PC to the display. No matter what refresh rate the display is working with.
The reason why I did that was that if I go to 3D mode in a game, I have a latency on my mouse+movements etc.
Even if the 3D mode is off, this latency is there...
I try to fix this problem to have a fluent gaming, but I could not find out until now, what to do.
Fact is, I can connect 2 Outputs on the same Monitor and it has a dual view, so I could use it maybe in this mode. But the question is, how can I enable the 3D mode in the graphics?
My really first try was to contact the LG support by phone, but they didn't even new why I had the same big latency in first place as I connected my PC to the TV. On standard it has a postprocessing on every input signal and I had to disable it manually...
So the point is, that I am looking for a solution to play in 3D with that LG 3DTV in full HD, fluent without latency.
If this is not gonna work with this hardware I am willing to by also (if it is necesarry) a 3D vision shutter system from Nvidia, but the question is, does my Monitor fit the requierments of a 120Hz Monitor, or should I bring back this TV and buy instead complete different stuff... If yes, do you have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance

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07 Jan 2013   #31

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

A TV just doesn't have the same capabilities as a dedicated computer monitor, but they are getting closer.

I see that TV model # has a HDMI input, but didn't see any mention of a DVI input from a PC. You might try using either connection if you have not already.

I'm not an expert for 3D display on a TV from a connected PC game, so you might post this in either the "Gaming" or Graphic Cards area to see if someone may know more and better help.
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