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I just downloaded and installed reclock. It was as I suspected. I have a Samsung LE46A656A lcd. When I set the tv to 24 Hz, its actually 24 Hz and not 23.976. I tried to use powerstrip to set the refresh rate on my screen to 23.976, but the tv drifts in and out of sync. For a few seconds the screen goes blank, then it starts displaying for a few seconds, and it goes on like this.

Reclock doesnt make the motion smoother either when my tv is at 24 HZ and reclock adjusts the movie to 24 fps instead of 23.976. Actually it makes it worse.

I have a radeon 9800 graphics card connected with a DVI to HDMI cable.

Any suggestions?
 

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Check the modes section of the PC chapter in your Samsung user manual to be sure that it will accept 1080p/24 and not just 1080p/60.

When sending 1080p/24 what does the info button on your Samsung remote say it is receiving?
 

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Check the modes section of the PC chapter in your Samsung user manual to be sure that it will accept 1080p/24 and not just 1080p/60.

When sending 1080p/24 what does the info button on your Samsung remote say it is receiving?

It has no problem accepting 24 Hz. When pressing the info on the remote it correctly reports 24 Hz. But thats the problem. It is actually 24 Hz and not 23.976. I conformed it with reclock. And in Catalyst Control Center there is no 23 Hz option (usually that's the correct one for 23.976).
 

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It has no problem accepting 24 Hz. When pressing the info on the remote it correctly reports 24 Hz. But thats the problem. It is actually 24 Hz and not 23.976. I conformed it with reclock. And in Catalyst Control Center there is no 23 Hz option (usually that's the correct one for 23.976).

You need to add it as an HDTV resolution through CCC, it's not there by default.
 

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What do you meant by "the TV drifts in and out of sync"

Note that regardless of wha the TV is receiving in an input buffer and processing and putting in an output buffer the TV screen itself is being refreshed at 60 fps unless it is a 120Hz model and then it is being refreshed at 120 fps
 

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What do you meant by "the TV drifts in and out of sync"

Note that regardless of wha the TV is receiving in an input buffer and processing and putting in an output buffer the TV screen itself is being refreshed at 60 fps unless it is a 120Hz model and then it is being refreshed at 120 fps

It goes blank for a few seconds then displays the picture and keeps repeating this. I tried to create custom resolution, but 23 Hz is not even available for custom resolution.

I tried my other pc that has an nvidia 8600. It connects at 24 Hz. Reclock reports 24 Hz and not 23.976. I created a custom resolution of 23 Hz, but reclock still reports 24 Hz.


At 48 Hz its the same story. I can easilly do 48 Hz, but not 47.952.
 
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