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I've been looking around and the information on AMD's website about HD3d but it is sketchy for supported hardware.

http://www.amd.com/US/PRODUCTS/TECHN...-hardware.aspx

I see quite a few TV's supported but much less monitors.

Are there other monitors that are not listed on the supported hard ware page?

When do you think there are going to be more HD3d capable monitors?

Also what about IZ3d? But their drivers give limitations to only HDMI 1.4a and I've heard only DX 9. So no Dx 11 3D support so it seems for IZ3d.
    
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AMD's 3D eye was by third party support.
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I understand that now. I was somewhat confused because on the website it said to update Catalyst, so I thought the drivers were from AMD. So now apparently it is 3rd Party only....
    
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