3D Gaming Across Three 1080 Displays, For a Breathtaking Gaming Experience
3D gaming across three 1080p displays, for a breathtaking gaming experience.
Advanced NVIDIA software automatically converts over 425 games to stereoscopic 3D without the need
for special game patches.
GeForce GTX 400 GPUs deliver the graphics horsepower to drive 750M pixels/second for screen 3 times
Full HD 1080p 3D Vision gaming for an incredible 5760x1080 experience.
Compatible with all 3D Vision-Ready desktop monitors and projectors.
you sure it has to be 3 identical or just three that obviosly are nVidia 3D Vision-Ready certified..?
3D Vision Surround requires three displays or projectors. You can use a variety of displays, including LCD monitors, TVs, or projectors.
Please view the 3D Vision Surround system requirements for a full list of supported products
Does 3D Vision Surround support 2D displays?
Yes, you can run Surround in 2D mode. We call this mode Surround (2D). Make sure that 3D Vision is disabled from the Stereoscopic 3D control panel to use Surround (2D) mode.
What GPUs does 3D Vision Surround support?
Please view the 3D Vision Surround system requirements for a full list of supported products.
Please note that in the first Beta v258.69 driver for 3D Vision Surround, we do not recommend running GeForce GTX 295 Quad SLI because there are bugs in the driver which may result in system instability. We will be providing a future driver update to support this configuration.
Can I use HDMI connectors to run 3D Vision Surround?
3D Vision-Ready LCDs require dual-link DVI connectors and will not work with HDMI connectors. However, you can use HDMI connectors with 3D Vision Projectors that support HDMI input.
Note: 3D DLP HDTVs do use HDMI connectors, but 3D Vision Surround does not support using 3D DLP TVs.
What resolutions does Surround support?
Surround requires three displays to operate. Surround resolutions are calculated by arranging your monitors in portrait or landscape mode and then multiplying the horizontal resolution by three times a single display in that mode (portrait or landscape).
The following table illustrates some common aspect ratios and resolutions:
Note: 3D Vision-Ready LCDs do not support portrait mode. However, you can run 3D Vision Surround with 3D projectors in portrait mode.
Can I use 3D Vision Surround with three displays and setup an Accessory display that is not in 3D?
At this time, accessory displays are only supported in Surround (2D) configuration.