Originally Posted by KusH
Stick with WHQL releases, there is no reason to run beta drivers as sometimes it breaks your 3d vision. Also, the 3d vision profiles only come out with the latest WHQL releases anyways. So there isn o point to getting them.
You guys have any pic's of your setup's?
Thanks Kush. I took the risk and tried beta, it seems they updated 2 of the games I own so gave it a try.
Here are the patch notes:
# Added the following 3D Vision game profiles
* Arcania Gothic 4
* Fallout: New Vegas
* FIFA 11
* Formula 1 Racing
* Final Fantasy XIV Benchmark
* Guild Wars 2
* Kane & Lynch 2 â€“ Dog Days
* Lead and Gold
* Lego Harry Potter
* Live For Speed
* Lost Planet 2
* Moonbase Alpha
* Serious Sam HD â€“ The Second Encounter
* Shrek Forever After
* Vitrua Tennis 2009
* Virtrua Tennis 3
# Update the following 3D Vision game profiles
* Drakensang: The Dark Eye â€“ updated in-game compatibility text
* Mafia II â€“ updated profile to properly for 3D Vision-Rating
* StarCraft II â€“ fixed profile to properly recognize the retail game executable name and match the 3D Vision rating of â€œGoodâ€
* Super Commander â€“ fixed HUD elements
* TRINE â€“ new profiles fixes that allow the game to be ratedâ€3D Vision-Readyâ€ when used with the TRINE patch v1.08 , available via Steam.
It looks like I need a vid card upgrade as at 1920x1080 with 3D on, I sit around 30 FPS with the 3 games I tried. 1680x1050 is better at around 45 FPS. I haven't played much so far and the 3D is extremely noticable but seems fuzzy at times especially during action cut scenes (could be my eyes trying to get used to it). I'm sure I have some tweaking to do since I changed very little settings wise. So far I have played borderlands, devil may cry and resident evil 5 (I don't notice the 3D nearly as much in RE5 compared to the other 2 games even though it has the best nvidia rating).
Will take a couple pics when I can! So far so good!