Sync rate and refresh rate, while different, are somewhat analagous. If an LCD syncs at 60hz, it can display 60fps, just like if a CRT had a refresh rate of 60hz.I am not sure if you are kiding or not about in the first quote. They have response times I know that, there is no true refreshing of the whole image like a CRT. I am no tech wiz though.Around the same time LCDs got V/H frequencies. You know, since for ever.When the heck did LCD start getting refresh rates?
There's a huge discrepancy between 60fps and 30fps. The question is if the gp2x can display 60fps, not if someone can recognise a 30fps difference in video.It for sure can show 60fps, overclock Drmd to the highest you can go and play Sonic 2 with 0 frame skip. Now turn it to frame skip 1, you for sure should see a difference.
As for the second one I understand he thinks it can not show 60fps, thats why I gave him a test to prove to him it can show 60fps, by compairing a 30fps game to a 60fps game.
Like I said, there is a huge difference between 30 and 60fps. And OMG, everyone has the ability to tell the difference; they may need to be shown what to look for though. If someone says that the screen can't display 60fps, that means that it may still be able to display at 59fps (but not 60). However, the difference between 59 and 60fps to the human eye may be negligible. Understand?
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