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Guys also, will a gtx 680 max out a 144hz 1080p screen, such as this one, on 3d? Or would I need 2 680s or hopefully one 780?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313

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OK. Guess I will sell my 7970:for $375 including water block buy that 144hz screen and 3d glasses and buy a gtx 780 + wb or wait for the 780.

Is 780 coning out this month?

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Might want to slow down and make sure you do your homework before selling off your GPU's and buying new monitors.

If your going the Nvidia route you'd want to start a new post in the Nvidia section questions regarding Nvidia 3D Vision if your seeking help.

As for your questions in short:

1. No you would need two 680's to 'max' out 3D Vision to 60 FPS which is it's highest FPS. However anything maintained over 30 FPS is playable.
2. The Nvidia Titan is due out not the GTX 780. It comes within 15-20% of GTX 690 performance for $800 supposedly. Would run 3D Vision very nicely I'll speculate.


Side note: Before anyone goes Nvidia 3D Vision or AMD HD3D route I'd strongly suggest if you can get to view or experience it in a retail store display. 3D from either AMD or Nvidia isn't for everyone.

3D gaming and movies is a hit or miss with people. Some love it right away, get used to it after time, get headaches and / or eye strains either right away or after some viewing time. A lot of money to dump to give yourself nausea if your one of those people that will not enjoy it. Some can handle watching movies in 3D but not gaming in 3D.

After two years of 3D Vision I now only play games I'd normally buy & play, rather than a ton of games just for the 3D experiences. Some games in 3D is amazing but the game itself is not. I find it's still enjoying after I've mastered a campaign I do love at hardest levels then tour it in 3D. Definitely NOT for multi-player gaming IMO. As for 3D movies, it's still fun when a good movie comes out and my family enjoys this except the spouse who gets a headache about an hour.

Please feel free to come to the [Official] Nvidia 3d Vision Club for more info. smile.gif

So unless your questions are about AMD HD3D please start a new thread in the appropriate section and or PM me if you have any questions off topic. I'd be more than happy to answer any of your questions. thumb.gif
     
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Have you tried Tri-def? I've been told that it does actually have some advantages to Nvidia 3d vision. One other nice thing about Samsung's 3d displays is that they don't have that annoying matte finish that creates artifacts in 3d.

I guess that they both have their pros and cons.
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NO. You'll need two cards overclocked to maintain 120fps minimums on average.

I played a lot of games in 3d vision with just a single GTX 570. Don't get me wrong you won't be playing metro in 3d with a single 670 but you would be surprised at how well it'll handle most games.
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