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I am looking to upgrade from using a 25 inch TV that is 1080p, but it doesn't feel big enough by itself and the colors seem a bit washed out. I was looking at upgrading to 1440p, but only if I can get 120hz out of it. If I did get one of those Korean monitors at 120hz, would I be able to use a 3d software with it like tridef with HD3D? I probably should mention that I am using two 6950s in crossfire. My budget is no more than $400, but could be flexible if something seems promising.

I was also looking at this http://www.amazon.com/VG27AH-27-Inch-Screen-LED-Lit-Monitor/dp/B009YCIKWK/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top but someone mentioned that you can only run 3D in 720P. Is this true? I was also looking at this one http://www.amazon.com/Acer-HN274H-BMIIID-27-Inch-LCD-LED/dp/B004YCMEJU/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top and I see that is 120hz out of the box which I think would be beneficial. So does anyone have experience with 3D on AMD or any advice they could give regarding what choice to make? In the end, unless I am really convinced that 3D is not worth it at all, I would really like to have that option even if I would not frequently use it. I really love going to the theaters and watching 3D movies, and gaming with that technology I feel would be really neat.
Edited by Sneerz - 6/15/13 at 11:41am
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Intel 330 180 GB SSD 1TB WD HD Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Hannspree 25" 1920x1080 
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Logitech G11 850w Thermaltake Black Widow AZZA Solano Full Tower 
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