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Does the 3d vision kit require a 3d tv? I have an lg plasma tv but it's not 3d ready, will it work with 3d vision?
    
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Originally Posted by mrtom82;11780409 
Does the 3d vision kit require a 3d tv? I have an lg plasma tv but it's not 3d ready, will it work with 3d vision?

Nvidia 3D vision requires a 3d ready TV or monitor which has a 120 mhz refresh rate.

So if your tv doesn't support 3d, the kit won't work on it.
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Originally Posted by Defoler;11780443 
Nvidia 3D vision requires a 3d ready TV or monitor which has a 120 mhz refresh rate.

So if your tv doesn't support 3d, the kit won't work on it.

This.

Most likely, if you monitor/TV supports 3D, it will advertise it somewhere on the product.
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to OP: In your sig rig you have ATI cards. Uhmm??
    
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to OP: In your sig rig you have ATI cards. Uhmm??

iirc the 6xxx series have 3d support?
but that is not relevant to the OP's setup, just some FYI...
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian;11780664 
iirc the 6xxx series have 3d support?
but that is not relevant to the OP's setup, just some FYI...

Thanks. That was just me being stupid >.<<br />
But if the OP bought the Nvidia 3d kit, would it be compatible with ATI mobo's?? I mean with the drivers and stuff
    
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iirc the 6xxx series have 3d support?
but that is not relevant to the OP's setup, just some FYI...

This is a different support.

AMD support requires 3rd party drivers which also cost a pretty penny.
Nvidia support it out of the box, but you need the glasses.
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But if the OP bought the Nvidia 3d kit, would it be compatible with ATI mobo's?? I mean with the drivers and stuff

No, it won't be compatible.
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