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The Swift will do 3D. It is one of the 3 modes available with every gsync module.

I sincerely hope I am wrong and that you are right. smile.gif
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"3D" is identical as far as bandwidth requirements are concerned. "3D" runs 60 Hz per eye, but is still processed as a normal 120 Hz signal.
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post #103 of 166
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"3D" is identical as far as bandwidth requirements are concerned. "3D" runs 60 Hz per eye, but is still processed as a normal 120 Hz signal.

Absolutely. The problem is, as of right now there is no >1080p monitor that accepts 120 frames per second of input. Mind you -- 120 frames per second of input is not necessarily the same thing as 120Hz refresh rate. There are plenty of monitors that have a 120Hz refresh rate -- or even 144Hz -- but those monitors are accepting *only* 60 frames per second of input and then doubling it.

If I am not mistaken, 1440p 3d (read: 120 frames per second INPUT) will not be supported until DP 1.3 (just like 1080p @ 120 fps-input wasn't supported until HDMI 1.4)
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Meanwhile at HDMI camp...
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Why is DP so rare on consumer monitors and TVs if it's so much better than HDMI and DVI? Is the cost substantially higher?
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16:10 the golden ratio. Honestly dunno how 16:9 started

Agreed, 16:10 monitors are just too hard to find these days. I mean, the market is flooded with 1080p monitors at fairly reasonable prices. The only 16:10 that are easily found are 1680x1050 - which isn't terrible, but still.
    
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About to buy a motherboard... should I hold off or will current DP ports be able to use 1.3?
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Absolutely. The problem is, as of right now there is no >1080p monitor that accepts 120 frames per second of input. Mind you -- 120 frames per second of input is not necessarily the same thing as 120Hz refresh rate. There are plenty of monitors that have a 120Hz refresh rate -- or even 144Hz -- but those monitors are accepting *only* 60 frames per second of input and then doubling it.

If I am not mistaken, 1440p 3d (read: 120 frames per second INPUT) will not be supported until DP 1.3 (just like 1080p @ 120 fps-input wasn't supported until HDMI 1.4)

No, the new Asus 27" G-Sync display at 1440p will use DP 1.2 and run at a native 120 Hz refresh rate. That bandwidth requirement is just slightly below 4K at 60 Hz. It's the only official display announced that will run a true greater than 60 Hz input and have over 1080p resolution.
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About to buy a motherboard... should I hold off or will current DP ports be able to use 1.3?

The DP1.3 standard isn't due to be ratified for another 60-90 days. Depending on what's in it, it will most likely take another 30-60 for chip manufacturers to get product developed.

There is a big argument right now on the "FreeSync" thread as to if you can "upgrade" a DP1.2 port to a DP1.3 port (and I seriously doubt you can, just like you can't upgrade your USB 2.0 port to USB 3.0 port simply by flashing it. Ports and chips like these are BACKWARDS compatible, NOT forward compatible).

Heck, even this article raises the point that the jury is still out on the connector to be used for DP1.3 and how it MIGHT be different than the connector that is currently used in DP1.2 now.
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Working through the channel models, it is still not known whether or not they will be able to keep the same cable or connector or whether they will need to use a repeater due to the limitations of copper.

So, my simple answer to you is, if you can wait about 5 months, you might want to to see how stuff shakes out. If not, I wouldn't worry about it, if you are going to use onboard video from your new motherboard, then DP1.2 will be more than enough.
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Why is DP so rare on consumer monitors and TVs if it's so much better than HDMI and DVI? Is the cost substantially higher?

It is because DP can't feed audio. HDMI can feed both video and audio so your TV and Consumer Monitors with Speakers can run both.
    
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