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Old 01 September 2011, 12:54   #233

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Originally Posted by cv643d View Post
So a faster refresh rate means less flicker, and higher resolutions with HighGFX?

To put it simple 25/30 Hz (PAL/NTSC Interlaced) means flicker, 50Hz or above means no flicker. With most modern flatscreen TVs you will get no flicker even with Interlace since they have similar (but much simpler) functions to Indivision.

HighGFX only needs a monitor or tv that supports 55 Hz vertical and 22,22 kHz horizontal. If that is not the case, you can use Indivision to convert the signal.

Indivision solves the problem that many modern TV's and monitors do have problems with frequencies and resolutions that AGA (and OCS) works best with and minimizing the effects that will occour when converting the signal:

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