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Philips 24phh4000 / 88 overclock to 120hz?

PostPosted: 05 Dec 2018, 09:35
by dozogited
hi, i am using some philips tv as my main monitor actually and i tried to boost my hz. I get 120hz on 1360x768, but i dont see any differance between 60 vs 120, i was playing on 144 hz so i know what feeling is it. any ideas?
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My TV model is Philips 24phh4000 / 88. When I changed the resolution to 720p @120hz frameskipping test shows me 120 hz/120 fps. I also made a test using RefreshRateMulti Tool/also shows 120hz, but I still dont see much diffrence, my 87hz main monitor is more smooth?. I am using HDMI 2.0. @toastyx
1280x720 @120hz 48 3 32 5 80 35 + + 91.562 khz 131.85 mhz pixel clock

Re: Philips 24phh4000 / 88 overclock to 120hz?

PostPosted: 05 Dec 2018, 21:51
by Chief Blur Buster
dozogited wrote:hi, i am using some philips tv as my main monitor actually and i tried to boost my hz. I get 120hz on 1360x768, but i dont see any differance between 60 vs 120, i was playing on 144 hz so i know what feeling is it. any ideas?
@edit
My TV model is Philips 24phh4000 / 88. When I changed the resolution to 720p @120hz frameskipping test shows me 120 hz/120 fps. I also made a test using RefreshRateMulti Tool/also shows 120hz, but I still dont see much diffrence, my 87hz main monitor is more smooth?. I am using HDMI 2.0. @toastyx
1280x720 @120hz 48 3 32 5 80 35 + + 91.562 khz 131.85 mhz pixel clock

You might have frameskipping, try www.testufo.com/frameskipping -- the display of only 60 refreshes on the actual display from the 120Hz input.

Re: Philips 24phh4000 / 88 overclock to 120hz?

PostPosted: 06 Dec 2018, 09:04
by wewej
writes from another account, because I forgot the password. I did this test and displays me 120 hz, but i still feel like 60