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i cant find a straight answer on this anywhere


i know there is a difference between lcds and plasmas and all that, and i know that plasmas dont really draw frames the same way, but theoretically (assuming there was some video with an absurdly high amount of frames being played) what is the max FPS a 600hz plasma could put out?


is it 600?
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maybe, plasmas panels energize their cells 600 times a sec, but the circuit board controlling it doesn't send more than 60/120 different values a second, nore can the hdmi connector feed it more.

...and if it could, it would probably be a pretty dim picture, since the cells are designed to be lit 5/10 times per frame.
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so would a plasma marketed as 600hz be capable of 120 or just 60?
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because 60 fps is the frame rate of TV, 120 fps for 3d.... what are you going to use to send it data faster??
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It depends what the 600Hz is referring to... the backlight in a lot of LCD monitors is regulated at like 180Hz or something like that - but that's not how fast the pixels can change.
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