uses its own 3D technology (software and hardware) and it does not
support Nvidia/AMD's 3D. According to some reviews, it seems that it supports AMD cards (5000 series and later) better than Nvidia cards.
The â€˜full 3D experienceâ€™ (120Hz â€˜Frame Sequentialâ€™) is only afforded to AMD Radeon HD 5000 or above graphics cards with other cards relying on a 60Hz half resolution â€˜Side by Sideâ€™ mode. Despite this 3D image quality remained â€˜excellentâ€™ on several game titles tested on several different GPUs (including an old Radeon X1650). It should be noted at this point that all modern GPUs can utilise 120Hz 2D output on the S27A950 over DisplayPort (cable below) and DVI Dual Link.
Alas, it is not 100% compatible with graphics cards. The TriDef driver only supports the 120Hz refresh rate and frame alteration on AMDâ€™s graphics cards of the Radeon HD 5000 series or newer. Nvidia-based and older AMD/ATI cards are supported in the Side-by-Side mode at a refresh rate of 60 Hz, which effectively cuts the horizontal resolution by half. The SA950's native resolution of 1920x1080 transforms into a 960x1080 image shown to each eye. The good news is that this mode supports any graphics card.
Here is the Club for SA950/SA750:-
T27A950 is actually a hybrid Monitor-HDTV (vs a pure monitor). OP might consider the SA
950 model if his main interest is PC.
Q: The T27A950 is more expensive that means it's better right ?
A: No, the 'T' Monitors are really for TV it has no DVI port and is for someone that watches TV and plays XBOX this is not for computers.