I recently discovered that 24 fps movies, are actually running at precisely 23.976 fps. Well, actually, I knew that for a long time, but it never really bothered me.http://imgur.com/a/4Oq3h
I have used a 120hz monitor for many years. And was quite impressed with the fluidity of 24 fps movies, since 24 x 5 = 120.
But since 23.976 x 5 = 119.88, there is a very small mismatch between the frame rate and the refresh. I did try creating a 119.88hz custom refresh rate in nvidia control panel, but wasn't all that impressed with the results. I figured that the more you multiplied the original 23.976, the less precisely timed it is. So I went for a 2 x 23.976 = 47.952hz, instead.
Frankly, this looks fantastic. And can also most likely be done on regular 60hz monitors as well.
I create a 1920 x 1078 resolution to force the refresh like this:http://imgur.com/a/xGUX8http://imgur.com/a/HpMBNhttp://imgur.com/a/JqEzJ