Edit: This was done on the BenQ. I'm pretty sure it should work on the Asus also.Original Posted by GuTux
First, you install this .inf via device manager: http://www.file-upload.net/download-6944730/Asus-VG278H-3D-Monitor-EDID-override.inf.html
Then you reboot.
After this, you enable this: http://www.file-upload.net/download-6944739/ForceLightBoostWithoutGlasses.reg.html
(note: Mark Rejhon's file)
Make sure windows is set to 120Hz
Goto NVIDIA drivers, check the box to 'Enable Stereoscopic 3D'.
Assuming it has worked, it should now list the 'ASUS VG278H' monitor as the Stereoscopic 3D display type, and not '3D Vision Discover' which is there by default.
In this same section, set the drop down box for stereoscopic 3D to 'Always Run'.
Now start a game, I tested it with CS:GO .. I had 60 FPS and real 3D on (which is not good) AND check your monitor settings (when you go in menu -> picture, there should be something like "Nvidia LightBoost", then it's working)
Next step, just uncheck 'Enable Stereoscopic 3D'. Now you should have more than 120 FPS with LightBoost (depending on your hardware), so everything is nice and working right now.Edited by Swolern - 12/24/12 at 11:14pm