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Do you think it's worth it to do 560 Ti SLI though?

Yes.

I see double FPS in MOST games with my 560 non-slis.
    
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Yes.
I see double FPS in MOST games with my 560 non-slis.

What do you mean? Do you have an SLI system or not? I'm not sure what do you mean with your 560 non-slis.

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Is it recommended to set the monitor to 120Hz even without gaming? No disadvantages of doing so?
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What do you mean? Do you have an SLI system or not? I'm not sure what do you mean with your 560 non-slis.
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Is it recommended to set the monitor to 120Hz even without gaming? No disadvantages of doing so?

I think he meant 560 SLIS but maybe meant non ti version of 560. I am not sure :)

 

Yes. Always set your monitor to 120hz. THere is only advantage but no disatvantage.

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I think he meant 560 SLIS but maybe meant non ti version of 560. I am not sure smile.gif

Yes. Always set your monitor to 120hz. THere is only advantage but no disatvantage.

Lol, yeah.

Thanks for the confirmation smile.gif
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Hello there guys!
Well, let me explain you my situation, I live in Brazil, and there are not many options when it comes to 3D monitors here, thing is I'm going to the USA next month, and I want to buy a 3D screen there. I've searched a little, but I couldn't find a comparisson between the most recent 3D Vision 2 monitors. I want to buy the best monitor available. Those are the screens i'm thinking about:

BenQ XL2420TX

Asus VG278H

Samsung S27A950D (I know it's not a 3D Vision 2 screen, but I've also heard that it works with nVidia's glasses and software after a few driver tweaks, and that it's 3D look better than any other screen out there, so here's another question: Does it really work well after some tweaks with 3D Vision 2?)

Thanks guys!
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Hello there guys!
Well, let me explain you my situation, I live in Brazil, and there are not many options when it comes to 3D monitors here, thing is I'm going to the USA next month, and I want to buy a 3D screen there. I've searched a little, but I couldn't find a comparisson between the most recent 3D Vision 2 monitors. I want to buy the best monitor available. Those are the screens i'm thinking about:
BenQ XL2420TX
Asus VG278H
Samsung S27A950D (I know it's not a 3D Vision 2 screen, but I've also heard that it works with nVidia's glasses and software after a few driver tweaks, and that it's 3D look better than any other screen out there, so here's another question: Does it really work well after some tweaks with 3D Vision 2?)
Thanks guys!

I did a lot of homework when I was looking into 3D vision again this year whether I wanted to stick with Nvidia or move over to AMD. I decided nothing has changed on the AMD side and it is still pale in comparison with what Nvidia can do with 3D vision.

First off let's talk about the S27A950D. Do not get it if you're wanting true Nvidia 3D vision. It requires a software hack to make it work and that is shoddy at best. I did some research into it for myself and opted to not take that route which is unsupported by Nvidia. I even called Samsung and talk to a representative.

The Asus VG278H is your best bet. It carries Nvidia 2 3D vision glasses with light boost. It is a great 2D monitor with 2ms seek time. Built in emitter and an awesome 3D vision monitor with no ghosting. I'll be honest the only downside is streaming video where the quality is not so great you can see some pixelation but only because it's a 27 inch monitor. It does the same on the 24 inch monitors but it's not as prominent.

I have an Alienware monitor with Nvidia 3D vision and it's a bit darker viewing than the version with light boost. The light boost does make a difference and it is an improvement that's worth it.

In my signature you will see a link to a thread I created where I reviewed multiple monitors that is Nvidia supported and in each description of specs. Also links to review sites and you can do some homework before you making your own decision.
     
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I did a lot of homework when I was looking into 3D vision again this year whether I wanted to stick with Nvidia or move over to AMD. I decided nothing has changed on the AMD side and it is still pale in comparison with what Nvidia can do with 3D vision.
First off let's talk about the S27A950D. Do not get it if you're wanting true Nvidia 3D vision. It requires a software hack to make it work and that is shoddy at best. I did some research into it for myself and opted to not take that route which is unsupported by Nvidia. I even called Samsung and talk to a representative.
The Asus VG278H is your best bet. It carries Nvidia 2 3D vision glasses with light boost. It is a great 2D monitor with 2ms seek time. Built in emitter and an awesome 3D vision monitor with no ghosting. I'll be honest the only downside is streaming video where the quality is not so great you can see some pixelation but only because it's a 27 inch monitor. It does the same on the 24 inch monitors but it's not as prominent.
I have an Alienware monitor with Nvidia 3D vision and it's a bit darker viewing than the version with light boost. The light boost does make a difference and it is an improvement that's worth it.
In my signature you will see a link to a thread I created where I reviewed multiple monitors that is Nvidia supported and in each description of specs. Also links to review sites and you can do some homework before you making your own decision.

I'll definetely take a look at those reviews. I know Samsung's monitor are not offically supported by nVidia, but that's the case, some people say that with some tweaks, it can even get better than the officially supported. And besides, it's so beautiful, I just fell in love with it's design, it's glossy aspect and everything. My concern when it comes to this Asus screen is that people said it has a lot of bleeding, and it also looks horrible, the emiter is just very strange on the top of the screen, looks really bad. BenQ's monitor also has a built-in emiter, but it's not as evident as Asus', and it's design is also much better, and people say it's colors are better than VG278H, and it doesn't have bleeding. Why couldn't Samsung adopt nVidia's 3D and made this much easier for us?!
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I bet for the XL2420TX since I have one and God it's beautiful smile.gif I recall reading many problems on that Asus.
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I'll definetely take a look at those reviews. I know Samsung's monitor are not offically supported by nVidia, but that's the case, some people say that with some tweaks, it can even get better than the officially supported. And besides, it's so beautiful, I just fell in love with it's design, it's glossy aspect and everything. My concern when it comes to this Asus screen is that people said it has a lot of bleeding, and it also looks horrible, the emiter is just very strange on the top of the screen, looks really bad. BenQ's monitor also has a built-in emiter, but it's not as evident as Asus', and it's design is also much better, and people say it's colors are better than VG278H, and it doesn't have bleeding. Why couldn't Samsung adopt nVidia's 3D and made this much easier for us?!

In my two month long researching I also asked that question if Nvidia would ever support the Samsung monitor and at this time there is no indication that they ever will. If they did, it would only be on monitors moving foward and wouldn't be backward compatible.

As long as you realize the Samsung does not have Nvidia glasses and does not support light boost. In fact not all Nvidia supported monitors even have light boost. Only the newst monitors.

When the ASUS VG278H originally released it did have some bleeding issues. It is no longer the case and the other Asus owners I've talked to.

If it was just 2D vision that Samsung is awesome. I too like the colors as well. Only problem in my home is I have lights behind me in the room and the glare and the reflection would be way too much even if it was Nvidia supported. As for issues with the monitor itself Samsung also has their issues and you will find out as you do some reading on thier reviews as I have found out when I was doing my homework.

That Ben Q will be also a good choice as well and would prefer that over the Samsung for Nvidia supported 3D vision glasses. To each his own, good luck in your choice and let us know when you finally do get your monitor and glasses.
     
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Thanks for your support guys! And what about this BenQ T (X-less version)? It doesn't come with glasses right? That's because I can find one in my country, and it's 'cheap' here compared to other product (which are normally 3x their price on the USA, this monitor is just 1.3x). And I can only bring 500 dollars from the USA without paying taxes to the government (that sucks), and I'm already buying a Transformer Prime Infinity and maybe a SSD and a new videocard (cmon nVidia, release GTX 660 already!). So it might be a little difficult to purchase this monitor there, so if the T version is good, i'm buying it here. I read that it doesn't come with the glasses and that it doesn't have a built-in emitter (which sucks), in this case I could buy only the glasses kit on the USA. I also read that the T version doesn't support 3D through HDMI, while TX does (so no PS3 3D with the T version?). Are those informations correct?
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