Many (maybe all) TV manufacturers make up marking terms like "super 120" to refer to some (likely not very effective) enhancement techniques that they build in to the TV. This is done to make the consumer think that their TV is running at something higher than the 60hz that it actually is.

Not that there aren't 120hz units out there. But, just because you see 120 or 140 on the marketing materials somewhere does not necessarily mean the TV is running at that rate.