Question Television is picked up as 120hz at 1080p but image is doubled

James Donnelly

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Bit of a hopeful query but I was wondering if there was a way to get my 4k 60hz screen to run at least at 1080 120 hz. The option is available in windows and nvidia but once applied the screen doubles and flickers.
Is this a screen limitation or am I possibly missing something simple to enable it.
The screen is not advertised as 4k 120 but on the box is states it has a native 120hz panel.

Thanks in advance.
 

James Donnelly

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Can you parse the make and model of your TV as well as your display output source(motherboard, iGPU, discrete GPU)?
The model of the TV is hisense u80g but it is not the American model it has a few limitation in my country one of them being it is only 4k 60hz and not 120hz. My gpu is a rtx 3070.
 

James Donnelly

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I believe it's a native 60hz panel that uses interpolation* to fake 120hz.
Yeah that is what I assumed but it states on the box it has a native 120hz panel. Which is a weird thing to advertise. That is also why I was stoked when I saw the option for 120 hz in the display settings without having to create a custom res.

Thanks for the response though.
 

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