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Hi all.

 

I have some problem with 1080p 24 hz output with my W1080ST projector. 

 

Is this 1080p 24hz supported by projector?

 

 

I aks as i got this picture when streming 1080P 24hz from my PC ower HDMI.

 

 

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Your problem is the PC not the projector, its fully capable of 1080p 24HZ. What video card do you have and is there also another display connected to it ? That's just a few questions as what might be wrong, we need a lot more info.
 

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Vidio cards: Dual nvidia 560TI (SLI) - drivers up to date 

Second display on same vidio card : Samsung 22" 3d ready (120hz) connected by dual DVI cable.

 

more info: All another formats including 1980x1080 60HZ working perfectly, the picture is frozen and even a projector menu can not be displayed, only a small line on top is working, rest of the picture is frozen. only when i go (blind) to 3D settings and turn 3D off i see normal double picture. 

 

I will be more than happy to test any sugestions or provide mroe info. really need help here as i tryed all i know.
 

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I would try posting this in the HTPC section and see if they can help you. I am not up to speed on your video card setup but I do know getting HDMI hand shaking to work right with a PC can be challenging. The content manufactures don't want this to work with all the DRM crippling you at every turn.
 

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Originally Posted by wenom77  /t/1521000/benq-w1080st-support-1080p-24hz#post_24439346

 

Hi all.

 

I have some problem with 1080p 24 hz output with my W1080ST projector. 

 

Is this 1080p 24hz supported by projector?

 

 

I aks as i got this picture when streming 1080P 24hz from my PC ower HDMI.

 

 

i have two vidio cards, so i will try the second one.
 
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