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Sorry to jump in, but may I ask, would my setup in my signature be ok for 3d at 1080?
I never really think about 3d to be honest, but since I've read this thread its making me wonder if maybe it would add one more level of emersion to games?
Also one more question. Does a game have to support 3d or can the Nvidia driver figure out what is in foreground and background on its own?

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Originally Posted by Solar71 View Post

Sorry to jump in, but may I ask, would my setup in my signature be ok for 3d at 1080?
I never really think about 3d to be honest, but since I've read this thread its making me wonder if maybe it would add one more level of emersion to games?
Also one more question. Does a game have to support 3d or can the Nvidia driver figure out what is in foreground and background on its own?

Thanks

One GTX660 would be enough at 1080!
And two would almost for sure run any game maxed out in 3D at very playable fps smile.gif

And as for games!
Nearly all DX9, DX10 and DX11 games will run in 3D! So yeah, the driver does indeed figure out what is in foreground and background on its own thumb.gif
But some games don't look very good in 3D redface.gif
But take GTA4 for instance!
NVidia doesn't list it as being 3D recommended, but it's in fact one of the best games out in 3D IMO coolsmiley.png

Here's a link to My 3D Gallery!
As you can see, it's very easy to get enthusiastic over 3D biggrin.gif

3D gaming, 3D movies, and 120Hz competitive gaming cool.gif
Win win win!
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hey guys would my sig rig be ok for 3d?, im kinda new to not only building rigs but gaming in general lol :S

also im a bit confussed over something which is making me hestitate which is, if im connecting my asus 3d monitor to the back of my gpu (dvi port) how would i go about getting audio through as i read that though hdmi does both A/V i would loose my 144hz but if i go DVI i would loose audio :S im very unsure about how to connect it all lol,

also would i need to purchase some other cable along side to get audio through ? im getting a VG278HE 144hz monitor by ASUS but im not sure what audio cables come with or without it :S

i know that it comes with dvi but ye thats about all i know,

any advice would be greatly appreciated and would go a long way for me

thank you guys kindly in advance smile.gif

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also would i need to purchase some other cable along side to get audio through ? im getting a VG278HE 144hz monitor by ASUS but im not sure what audio cables come with or without it :S

i know that it comes with dvi but ye thats about all i know,

Hi smile.gif

You will need to use the DVI-D cable for the best results, and run at 120Hz for 3D!
And so, you'd need to use a soundcard or the MoBo's on-board sound smile.gif
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