I've got the Acer GD235HZ 120Hz 3D ready monitor. I've been using the 1920x1080 120hz 32-Bit native resolution assuming I've been playing my games in 1080p. When I open my Nvidia Control Panel, I notice their are other resolutions. Their's a list of HD resolutions, with 1080p offered at a resolution as high as 1920x1080 32-Bit, but the only hertz offered are 25, 29, 50, and 59Hz. Their's no option to select 1080p 1920x1080 32-Bit at 120Hz. Is their something I need to do in order to enable 1080p at 120Hz or is the native resolution setting already displaying in 1080p, even though it's not there in the list?
I read online that you need something called an active display port adapter. I have my monitor connected to my primary graphics card via the DVI-D cable which came with my monitor. Do I need to purchase an active display port adapter in order for the option of 1080p at 120Hz to become available in the Nvidia Control Panel?
Those are TV settings and are probably under the header "SD, HD", you sure scrolling down doesn't show a PC (60,120)category?