Originally Posted by autoxspeed7
it has a display port and HDMI, and i do not know if it will only do 3D and 120hz with the Display port only.
Yeah I'm pretty positive on the SA750 the 3D only works with DP port and will do 3D through the HDMI on a PS3.
The SA950 has the dual-DVI port and does it through that for PC and same with HDMI for a PS3.
Also learned by calling Samsung directly that the 3D vision gaming with an Nvidia card on the SA950 gaming will put two black borders on the sides of the screen.
I know this because Ive done extensive homework into possibly switching back to AMD to render 3D this year but have found out AMD is in the same place it was last year when I switched to Nvidia in terms of needing third party software called Tri-Def in order to render it and it's very little to be desired. No AMD support like Nvidia does through thier drivers and on a hardware level.
Anyway I digress. You may want to rethink your choice. Have you watched any 3D vision movies yet?
I belive you can do this through DP port even with an Nvidia card as long as it is through the DP connection. It would be a shame to not be able to use all your monitors features. It's great as a 2D but that's up to you.
In the Nvidia Control Panel do you have 120Hz enabled?
Personally I ended up going with the ASUS 27" just last week. After much reading the 7970&7950 Club thread, it's all too familiar. The cards have been out since Jan and AMD finally got a working driver the end of last week. Over clocking requires way too much to get it to work with a balancing act between CCC, Afterburner, Powertune, and in crossfire have to disable ULPS. Not to mention almost all the cards have coil whine. Ive been free of all that since being with Nvidia for one year now.
One of the other reasons I didn't go with the Samsung is the glossy panel. My enviorment has a big room behind me with dinning room and kichten lighting and the reflection would have been too much. It's an awesome monitor of high quality for 2D gaming at 120Hz but just not for everyone depending on your enviorment lighting.
Hope I helped some giving you some insight if you didn't think about it. Just don't like to give out wrong advice because each person has different reasons which GPU they should consider.