Grayscale and mode 13h

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    Isn't 24x/second what most monitors use? And you should probably include the specs for the program so people actually know what you're talking about.

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    Actually its more like 60 or more refreshes per second.

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    Standard DOS video modes will use a 60Hz refresh rate. However, you can changes this by interfacing with the video controller, or by passing the address of the CRTC info block (of a valid CRTC info structure - check out RBIL for more info) on call to SetSVGAMode() via int 10h.

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    So is it possible to set it to like 120 per second and fry your monitor... MUHAHAHAHAHA!!!
    Acos is good

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