The bleeding edge art of overclocking an HDTV to 120Hz... True 120Hz from PC to TV: Make Your HDTV Accept Real 120Hz Refresh Rate Just like overclocking a Catleap 2B, or the QNIX Q2710 Evolution 2, or the X270OC ...it is also possible to overclock some HDTV's to 120Hz from a computer too! ...Dozens of success reports are coming in, including: HDTV Overclocking Instructions: Get 120Hz from a PC to a television No fake frames. No interpolation junk. No Motionflow voodoo. True 120Hz!. Try this with your existing HDTV. Post your success reports here. (HardForum courtesy: Buy your TV via HardForum Amazon Link) ________________ EDIT: A second avenue of reducing motion blur on HDTV's is to get a Sony TV with the low-lag Game Mode Motionflow Impulse feature (LightBoost style strobe backlight). It is only 60Hz but reduces motion blur by 75% and is console-compatible.