Sorry if there was any confusion based on the previous answer. Yes, 60Hz, 120Hz, etc are frequencies, and these can support them, but HMDI cables have a maximum data throughput and the amount of data being transmitted depends on both the frequency (frame rate) and the resolution. For example, a 1080p stream at 120Hz would have higher data rate than 1080p at 60 Hz, because more picture frames are being transmitted per second. So frequency does not tell the whole story. If you're just watching a blu-ray, your cable or dish box, you won't likely have any source material over 1080p/60Hz and these would work fine. 3D blu-ray movies are typically 1080p/24Hz max, and most consoles would max out at 1080p/60Hz. It's not until you get to very high-end PCs that you might be sending video data at 120Hz, where you would need to worry about any of this, and your resolution would not be high enough to be a problem. These HDMI Cables support 10.2 Gbps. These conform to the most current official HDMI specifications, and would handle anything you would be using them for just fine in the near future! Hope that helps.
Jan 17, 2013