> -i suppose this is a TFT-screen so the pixels are on or out so there is no
> refresh required?
> -why is mentioned 60 Hertz ? Maybe because the SW can be used on a monitor,
> but that is neverthess confusing.
> -does this mean that the 60 Hertz has no meaning at all?
Excerpt from a this thread
Refresh rate has no meaning on an LCD monitor. A CRT scans the image at
the refresh rate of 60 or 72 times per second for refresh rates of 60
and 72 Hz respectively.
An LCD does not produce an image by scanning a stream of electrons
across the cathode ray tube. Each pixel receives instructions from the
computer to be turned on or off. So it doesn't matter what you set the
refresh rate at, it will ignore all entries equally.
[So why can you set the refresh to 60 or 72 Hz on a LCD ?]
[because] the VGA connector contains five wires of interest to this
discussion: Red, Green, Blue, HSync, and VSync. Red, Green, and Blue
specify the color of the current pixel. HSync and VSync are timing
signals tell the monitor when a new pixel is selected. The refresh
rate, while not affecting LCD monitors by flickering, does affect the
rate at which data is transferred to the monitor. In addition, things
such as 3D games often configure the hardware to wait for VSync so that
a frame is not drawn in the middle of a monitor refresh. Why? Because
on a CRT, this causes the lower portion of the image to be different
than the upper portion until the next VSync cycle, which is just slow
enough to be seen. "