1. Post #41
    But the visual equivalent of 2048 GB porn. Especially if it's Interlaced.
    The screen is interlaced, not the content.

  2. Post #42
    loophole's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,612 Posts
    Could you do this with three monitors? 3d triple screen would be amazing.

  3. Post #43
    That's what Nvidia does. Run triple 120hz and have 3D vision surround.

  4. Post #44
    Gold Member
    PyroCF's Avatar
    June 2008
    7,205 Posts
    Best to have a GTX 690 or 680s in SLi though

  5. Post #45
    Gold Member
    Mister Royzo's Avatar
    June 2007
    4,136 Posts
    Could you do this with three monitors? 3d triple screen would be amazing.
    You'd probably need some ungodly beast of an enchanted demon PC to run that at a decent framerate.
    Reply With Quote Edit / Delete Reply Windows 7 Netherlands Show Events Agree Agree x 1 (list)

  6. Post #46
    loophole's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,612 Posts
    You'd probably need some ungodly beast of an enchanted demon PC to run that at a decent framerate.
    Might do it for one of my friend's next build. We are currently looking at 4 7970s.
    Reply With Quote Edit / Delete Reply Windows 8 United States Show Events Dumb Dumb x 3 (list)

  7. Post #47
    Gold Member
    PyroCF's Avatar
    June 2008
    7,205 Posts
    Might do it for one of my friend's next build. We are currently looking at 4 7970s.
    Nvidia surround sorta needs, Nvidia cards.
    Reply With Quote Edit / Delete Reply Windows 7 United Kingdom Show Events Agree Agree x 2 (list)

  8. Post #48
    loophole's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,612 Posts
    Nvidia surround sorta needs, Nvidia cards.
    Didn't read Brt's post. Now I feel like an idiot.

  9. Post #49
    Romka's Avatar
    January 2008
    1,247 Posts
    Didn't read Brt's post. Now I feel like an idiot.
    Whatever, there's the same thing for AMD gfx cards, just called differently... ~HD3D Eyefinity~

  10. Post #50
    Gold Member
    Electroholic's Avatar
    June 2011
    2,319 Posts
    Is it possible to attach a PS3 or 3D bluray player to these 3D monitors, or are they strictly for PC use?

    I've been wanting to get a 3D monitor for a while, since I really enjoy watching 3D movies.

  11. Post #51
    Is it possible to attach a PS3 or 3D bluray player to these 3D monitors, or are they strictly for PC use?

    I've been wanting to get a 3D monitor for a while, since I really enjoy watching 3D movies.
    These 3D monitors run on 120hz for the 3D, by itself the monitor is not 3D just high refresh rate. the 3D bluray players, as far as I know, simply interface with the display for the displays on 3D system.

    So if the monitor has built in 3D like 120hz, but interfaces directly with the glasses then yes. I think Samsung's works like that.

    But otherwise, the nvidia 3D vision interfaces with the drivers not the monitor. So you'd need to make sure the PS3 or the 3D bluray player are able to push 1080p@120hz.

  12. Post #52
    loophole's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,612 Posts
    So if I wanted to do this with AMD cards and three monitors, what would you guys suggest? Monitor and card wise.

  13. Post #53
    Romka's Avatar
    January 2008
    1,247 Posts
    So if I wanted to do this with AMD cards and three monitors, what would you guys suggest? Monitor and card wise.
    You would probably go with 2x HD7970 or 2x HD6990 (quad crossfire with insane heat, unless you've got an open case, not really recommendable)

    As for the monitors, I heard the Samsung S27A950 and S27A750 are fine with AMD cards and also look nice. Although both are glossy screens.

  14. Post #54
    Gold Member
    PyroCF's Avatar
    June 2008
    7,205 Posts
    These 3D monitors run on 120hz for the 3D, by itself the monitor is not 3D just high refresh rate. the 3D bluray players, as far as I know, simply interface with the display for the displays on 3D system.

    So if the monitor has built in 3D like 120hz, but interfaces directly with the glasses then yes. I think Samsung's works like that.

    But otherwise, the nvidia 3D vision interfaces with the drivers not the monitor. So you'd need to make sure the PS3 or the 3D bluray player are able to push 1080p@120hz.
    Nvidia 3D vision 2 monitors (with inbuilt IR emitter) supports PS3 and other 3D inputs as it doesn't rely on any USB connections, just the video input signal.
    Reply With Quote Edit / Delete Reply Windows 7 United Kingdom Show Events Useful Useful x 1 (list)

  15. Post #55
    Mr. Crabsworth's Avatar
    July 2009
    1,208 Posts
    Anyone know someplace that will ship a Benq XL2420TX to Australia?

    Edit: Well this seems impossible without $150 or more in shipping.