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Correct me if I am wrong... But from what I have gathered...



This only applies to 24hz 3D Viewing... Like Movies or LOW Frame rate PC Gaming... 24Hz


The Benq W1080ST/W1070 Have the X3 "Triple Flash" THIS gives them the total Refresh rate of 144Hz.

- This only Applies to Games/Movies that are in 24Hz Resolution/Format -


24Hz X 3 Times (Triple Flash) = 72Hz/Per Eye = 144Hz Total Refresh Rate.

- The Acer H6510BD is as follows -

24Hz X 2 Times (Normal double Flash) = 48Hz/Per Eye = 96Hz Total Refresh Rate.



This is how I figured it out. Seems that 144Hz only matters for 24hz 3D-Blueray Movies.
 

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That is my understanding also.


For gaming in 2D you can get 120Hz but only in 1280 x 720 (or 800). For 1080p in 2D, 60Hz is the max you can get on any projector through HDMI right now. It's an important distinction as far as 2D PC gaming goes and really only applies to 2D PC gaming since all console games would likely be locked at 60hz.
 

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Thanks. I thought so. This is off topic but do you know if its possible to replace the X3 RGB Lamps on LED based Projectors? Like the LG PA75U? I cant find the right thread to ask...
 
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