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Monitor is 240Hz but computer only gives 60Hz option


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heartgrave

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I have a Toshiba 58" LED 240Hz monitor as my main monitor but any game setting or nVidia control panel setting or any setting for that matter that deal with Hz only lets me go to 60Hz. How do I get it to use the 240Hz or anything higher than 60Hz? Graphics card is GTX 760 2gb Superclocked connected to my main monitor via HDMI.


Edited by heartgrave, 28 October 2015 - 10:10 AM.

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Gday.

If this is the model, > http://televisions.r...a-l7300u-reviewit is a Smart TV and not a computer monitor.

My understand is that 60 fps, 60Hz, is the max that the TV can accept, then the Smarts repeats each frame, motion interpolation, to achieve 120/240Hz.

 

for a better understanding, > http://www.cnet.com/...-refresh-rates/


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Nope, it's not a smart tv. The model is http://support.toshi...Text=1200004387


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It still comes under the general term, "Smart TV" and uses 

Motion Interpolation Technology ClearScan 240Hz 

http://www.techhive....-led-hd-tv.html so you can't make the TV accept more than 60HZ input.   

 

http://forums.toshib...can/ta-p/361268

Click on, Cannot adjust ClearScan settings  > http://support.toshiba.com/support/modelHome?freeText=1200004387


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