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I just can't get enough of nvidia 3dvision's interleaved 3d, 1080p/60hz interleaved 3d gaming on any passive 3dtv is brilliant
At the mo i'm bashing dirt 3 online, what a wonderfull 3d game!
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The Asus VG236h is a good display. There are better options out there for 3d but it is one of the better 120hz displays in 2d. It also does not support 3d vision 2.
I thought all 3D Vision 2 is is better 3D hardware from NVIDIA; how would it affect monitor compatibility? Would it be hardware or software incompatibility? I'm not really bothered about anything except improvements to the glasses, both in comfort and lightness/darkness improvement. Oh well .. there goes my plan to update to 3D Vision 2.


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I thought all 3D Vision 2 is is better 3D hardware from NVIDIA; how would it affect monitor compatibility? Would it be hardware or software incompatibility? I'm not really bothered about anything except improvements to the glasses, both in comfort and lightness/darkness improvement. Oh well .. there goes my plan to update to 3D Vision 2.
There aren't any 3d vision 2 displays on the market at the moment. You can use 3d vision 2 glasses with any 3d vision display but there isn't any improvements other than the size of the lenses. Lightboost is another story. Thats a feature for newer 3d vision displays. It makes the image a bit brighter through the 3d vision glasses.

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What acer is rubbish
acer GD245HQ here buddy
I'm sorry but it really is. The first thing that I noticed was the input lag on that display and that was coming from a normal 60hz 5ms lcd. The second thing that I noticed was the bleed during high contrast transitions. The most obvious thing that it would cause is fuzzy text. I've seen quite a few other people complain about the same thing with that display. Last of all was its subpar 3d vision performance. That monitor shows a ton of crosstalk. Its really bad. My Planar was a massive upgrade in that department. One obvious area was the beginning of Jakobs Cove in Borderlands. There was just a ton of ghosting in the background and on the water. When I moved to the Planar every bit of that disappeared. I had similar results in other games. GTA4 really stood out as well.

There are just far better options out there at the moment than the Acer 235hz and 245hq.

Edit: The Acer is also a lot darker than my Planar through the glasses, I mean a lot darker.
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I thought all 3D Vision 2 is is better 3D hardware from NVIDIA; how would it affect monitor compatibility? Would it be hardware or software incompatibility? I'm not really bothered about anything except improvements to the glasses, both in comfort and lightness/darkness improvement. Oh well .. there goes my plan to update to 3D Vision 2.



You forgot to take Mactox off of the photo-pending list
Here is a review of 3dV v2

3dV v2 the biggest improvements are:

1. Bigger Glasses (20%)
2. LightBoost (improves darkness)
3. Support of built-in 3d vision monitors (27" Asus for example)
4. Improved glasses comfort.

Also, Mactox is now off the pending list thanks.
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I'm sorry but it really is. The first thing that I noticed was the input lag on that display and that was coming from a normal 60hz 5ms lcd. The second thing that I noticed was the bleed during high contrast transitions. The most obvious thing that it would cause is fuzzy text. I've seen quite a few other people complain about the same thing with that display. Last of all was its subpar 3d vision performance. That monitor shows a ton of crosstalk. Its really bad. My Planar was a massive upgrade in that department. One obvious area was the beginning of Jakobs Cove in Borderlands. There was just a ton of ghosting in the background and on the water. When I moved to the Planar every bit of that disappeared. I had similar results in other games. GTA4 really stood out as well.

There are just far better options out there at the moment than the Acer 235hz and 245hq.

Edit: The Acer is also a lot darker than my Planar through the glasses, I mean a lot darker.
That thread is for the Acer 235HZ
Did you have the "235HZ" or the "GD245HQ"

Although, this was posted!
But I don't notice any of that stuff??


Oh well, it's not like it really maters anyway. If I'm happy, that is
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I had a GD245HQbid before selling it, and I didn't have that blurry text problem, HOWEVER my friend has the same exact one and when hooked up to his laptop it was terrible looking ( the text ).

You can just disable it for 2D and re-enable for 3D though. That's the price you pay for first generation products.

Here's to hoping NVIDIA 3D vision 2 is even better, because besides the few flaws the current kit has, its damn impressive.
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I had a GD245HQbid before selling it, and I didn't have that blurry text problem, HOWEVER my friend has the same exact one and when hooked up to his laptop it was terrible looking ( the text ).

You can just disable it for 2D and re-enable for 3D though. That's the price you pay for first generation products.

Here's to hoping NVIDIA 3D vision 2 is even better, because besides the few flaws the current kit has, its damn impressive.
You don't need a 3d vision 2 kit to look much better. The Planar SA2311W is a far better display in all aspects. Even the new 27" Asus which is the only 3d vision 2 display isn't much better as far as crosstalk goes. I was really hoping for more of an improvement.

Here is a quote from the comments section at the 3d vision blog review of the Asus VG278H.

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At the default settings it seems very close to what you get with the Planar (slightly more crosstalk on the Asus), and after reducing the contrast (brightness) a bit you can get maybe a bit less crosstalk on the Asus while the image is looking brighter than that on Planar.

But you should not forget the fact that the Planar 3D monitor has been announced about a year ago already, so if they release an updated version with 3D Vision 2 and 3D Lightboost support lets say early next year I’ll be expecting a lot more from it as well… including a reduction of the input lag like Asus has done with their VG278H as compared to the older VG236H.
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That thread is for the Acer 235HZ
Did you have the "235HZ" or the "GD245HQ"

Although, this was posted!
But I don't notice any of that stuff??

Edited out picture for space

Oh well, it's not like it really maters anyway. If I'm happy, that is
I don't know, I've heard a lot of people complain about that. I owned the 235hz but from what I've heard the 245hq is pretty much the same display.


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There aren't any 3d vision 2 displays on the market at the moment. You can use 3d vision 2 glasses with any 3d vision display but there isn't any improvements other than the size of the lenses. Lightboost is another story. Thats a feature for newer 3d vision displays. It makes the image a bit brighter through the 3d vision glasses.
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Here is a review of 3dV v2

3dV v2 the biggest improvements are:

1. Bigger Glasses (20%)
2. LightBoost (improves darkness)
3. Support of built-in 3d vision monitors (27" Asus for example)
4. Improved glasses comfort.

Also, Mactox is now off the pending list thanks.
Cheers for the reply guys, much appreciated.

The bits in bold is what I was looking forward to, but if LightBoost is another story, I'll still be happy to change my glasses for the other 2 points.
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Cheers for the reply guys, much appreciated.

The bits in bold is what I was looking forward to, but if LightBoost is another story, I'll still be happy to change my glasses for the other 2 points.
Keep in mind, that I do believe that you have to have a "Lightboost" monitor as well.

I don't think you'll get that feature unless you upgrade both glasses and monitor(s).

I don't know this for sure however I think that's how I read it when the articles came out a few weeks ago.
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Win7 Ultimate x64 22" Acer x223w Logitech G15 Corsair HX750 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
APEVIA MX-ALIEN Razer Deathadder Thermaltake LCD Mousepad Triton AX Pro PC 
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Logitech 5.1 surround sound. 
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Intel i7 2600k Asus P8P67 Pro PNY GTX 480 2x4gb G.Skill Ripjaws 2133mhz 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
OCZ Vertex 3 Coolit Freezone Elite Win7 Ultimate Samsung 2233rz 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 Corsair HX750 Antec Server case Razer Deathadder 
Mouse PadAudioAudio
Thermaltake LCD Mousepad Logitech 5.1 Surround Tritton AX PC Pro 5.1 Surround Headset 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel q6600 @ 3.9ghz (433x9) EVGA 780i FTW evga 8200gs 512mb  4x2gb Corsair XMS TwinX 866mhz @ 5-5-5-5-18 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
2x 750gb Seagate Baracuda 7200.12 RAID0 5x 1.5tb Seagate Baracuda 7200.11 RAID5 LITE-ON 22X DVD Burner Black SATA Corsair H70 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win7 Ultimate x64 22" Acer x223w Logitech G15 Corsair HX750 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
APEVIA MX-ALIEN Razer Deathadder Thermaltake LCD Mousepad Triton AX Pro PC 
Audio
Logitech 5.1 surround sound. 
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