Giant 120Hz + “LightBoost” on Optoma GT720 DLP Projector

Several readers have written in to confirm that the Optoma GT720 successfully runs a true 120Hz refresh rate for 2D gameplay.

This DLP has black frame insertion (BFI) in 3D mode that also improves motion clarity during 120Hz 2D operation, like LightBoost.

This projector is 1280×720 DLP, 2500 ANSI lumens, and image sizes up to 150 inch! Giant 120Hz gaming for under $1K.
Edit: GT750 now confirmed to do 120Hz. The GT760 likely does as well.

Link: Manufacturer Page and Amazon.com


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doesericsleep
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doesericsleep

worked for me. so happy. http://i.imgur.com/c1KTqRi.png

doesericsleep
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doesericsleep

@1280 x 800

Butane
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Butane

Is the GT720 the only projector with this feature? Seems fairly difficult to find one at a reasonable price since two newer versions are already out.

yasamoka
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yasamoka
I have the Optoma GT750. 120Hz works natively (I have already taken photos as proof) and so does motion blur reduction (still have to collect scientific proof). The Google Maps moving image is now readable and the moving UFO can be tracked with much less blur than before. Brightness is lowered and Black levels have been jacked up. There are two modes, Link 3D and VESA 3D. The latter seems to have less of an impact on brightness, colors, and black levels. I have a colorimeter (Spyder4) so I will measure the impact on brightness and colors while using these… Read more »
rdqlus
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rdqlus
I’m the user that reported this on [H]ardForum. I’ve been using 3 Optoma GT720 projectors in Eyefinity/Surround for over a year now and it’s pretty much a perfect FPS setup. The only downfall is that the competitive shooters (Quake Live, CS:GO, etc.) have limited support for Eyefinity/Surround. So I’m limited to (arguably more popular) games like BF:BC2 or BF3. I only found the video tests on TestUFO a couple days ago and tried them out. The projectors do a pretty damn good job. Note: [email protected] is supported by the projector out-of-the-box. I enabled support for [email protected] by creating a custom… Read more »
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