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My friend bet me his computer that his TV can display 600 fps.

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User Info: WyzeGye

WyzeGye
3 years ago#21
If you would actually collect on that bet you're a douche and not a very good friend. Not that this topic is true anyhow.
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User Info: Lord_Cohliani

Lord_Cohliani
3 years ago#22
Eh he's one of those friends that's a douche bag but you still hang out with him cause why not. I have no doubt that he would take my PC if he won.
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User Info: Dragon Nexus

Dragon Nexus
3 years ago#23
DV8ingSources posted...
THEB0SS666 posted...
his tv is probably on 60/120 or 240hz. It will be a sad day for him.


Nah if its advertised as 600hz I'll almost guarantee it's a plasma. All plasma's refresh at about that speed. What it really means is that there are 10 sections of the screen each updated at 60hz. These subfields help with fast motion by basically removing any trails/persistence that plague slower lcd screends.


My LED was advertised at over 800Hz.
Think it was 860. I ignored it, of course and just went by how it looked, motion jitter and all that.
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User Info: Lord_Cohliani

Lord_Cohliani
3 years ago#24
Yeah he got suckered by marketing I guess. This will be a learning experience for him.
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User Info: WyzeGye

WyzeGye
3 years ago#25
Lord_Cohliani posted...
Eh he's one of those friends that's a douche bag but you still hang out with him cause why not. I have no doubt that he would take my PC if he won.



Ah, okay then, carry on. I had a roommate like that fun times.
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User Info: Mohjong

Mohjong
3 years ago#26
The way that the TV adds frames from the 60 fps signal input to 600 fps picture output through internal processing is pretty similar to you blinking extremely fast and male porn hard at the screen.

So you might achieve 606 fps at his TV, hence getting more motionflow effects.
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User Info: Lord_Cohliani

Lord_Cohliani
3 years ago#27
Mohjong posted...
The way that the TV adds frames from the 60 fps signal input to 600 fps picture output through internal processing is pretty similar to you blinking extremely fast and male porn hard at the screen.

So you might achieve 606 fps at his TV, hence getting more motionflow effects.


HAHA. Oh wow.
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User Info: Ningishzida

Ningishzida
3 years ago#28
Are you guys crazy, the human eye cannot see more than 30fps!

/filthy console peasant

User Info: Boge

Boge
3 years ago#29
I'm dyslexic. I read this as your friend bet you his TV that his computer could do 600fps.
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User Info: akuma634

akuma634
3 years ago#30
He probably needs a power supply that can handle 1.21 gigawatts to display it.
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