First to mention I hope I'm in the right section but if not please feel free to move, as well for asking probably what is a real been discussed and noob question, but have I think some specific questions and I just don't know.
Been looking at some LED TV's in the 46" range and am seeing what amounts to the same TV but one with 60Hz or 120Hz.
Plan very much to use this TV to display my PC via a second HDMI output from my video card, which I assume means my PC will probably treat it like a second monitor....all to display my computer onto it for my flight simulators.
Currently am still using CRT and with no PC believe it or not, so could say while this is not the only one, is a big reason I'm going with a flat and this size.
So with the first question, know the Hz rate on my PC can make a dif on the load it can put on it to run a simulator, so is this the same for a Flat?
Second, typically I am running my PC screen at 72mHz and my eyes really like that, so does this mean if I get a 60mHz Flat I won't be able to do that and 60 will be my limit?
Lastly and I also know this might be tough to answer but if I had a 120 TV, is it possible that will be an option from my video card?
Basically in the end as I mentioned, there seems to be a trend now of the Hz being the big factor on difference of the cost, again looking at ones that are essentially the same...but are either 60Hz or 120Hz and its like a 200-300 dif in price for what seems like in all other the same TV. Kinda hoping I could go with the 60Hz but just don't want to make the wrong purchase.
Thanks for any help.