Originally Posted by Aaron_Henderson
Say I have CRT at 1280x1024 @ 60Hz, but I set a custom resolution in nVidia control panel of 1280x1024 @ 120Hz to "trick" the 3D Vision driver. The monitor won't actually be doing 120Hz, but it should trick the drivers into believing it's 120Hz. I just know it is a software limitation as you could technically use any monitor if nVidia allowed it.
If you want to use your CRT, there are other solutions besides NV's 3D Vision glasses. Go here
and look for the wired or wireless glasses that hook up through VGA. I'm at work right now so I can't post the exact glasses you would need but that site has em all. After you get the glasses you will need to drop by IZ3D
and download thier driver and just set it up. Keep in mind the drivers cost $50 for a license and is in a trial state for 30 days...
I have owned different 3D solutions and IMHO NV's 3D Vision takes the cake! I like having the ability to convert all my Blu-rays into 3D whenever I feel like it...
One last thing, if you are serrious about 3D and need more resources so you can get 3D on your CRT. Stop by Meant To Be Seen 3D
. There is all sorts of info there...