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    News - Viewsonic launches 3D-ready monitor

    The long-awaited FuHzion line of LDC monitors is compatible with NVIDIA?s 3D Vision technology.
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    Re: News - Viewsonic launches 3D-ready monitor

    when are they going to do monitors in 24" or higher at 120Hz a 30" would be nice

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    Re: News - Viewsonic launches 3D-ready monitor

    I think they will be testing the waters for a while. No point making something too expensive for a lot of people already even less accessible. Not only that, I don't think it's feasible to guarantee 120Mhz in a modern game at 1900x1200 or 2560x1600 even with the most powerful SLI setup.

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    Re: News - Viewsonic launches 3D-ready monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by TooNice View Post
    I think they will be testing the waters for a while. No point making something too expensive for a lot of people already even less accessible. Not only that, I don't think it's feasible to guarantee 120Mhz in a modern game at 1900x1200 or 2560x1600 even with the most powerful SLI setup.
    The games don't need 120 FPS. It can work at 1 FPS with the same 3d effect however games will effectively have their frame rate halved. (1 frame for each eye)

    What concerns me here is the flicker. CRT's flicker at 60 Hz because they are going black to colour 60 times per second. LCD's don't because they just remain the same colour until they have to change. With these glasses, you are going black to colour in each eye 60 times per secons so there will be a noticable flicker on everything. Think of the headaches!
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    Re: News - Viewsonic launches 3D-ready monitor

    "The long-awaited" - really?

    I don't want 3D vision nor do I need it. I'm perfectly happy computing and gaming in 2D.

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    Re: News - Viewsonic launches 3D-ready monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by badass View Post
    The games don't need 120 FPS. It can work at 1 FPS with the same 3d effect however games will effectively have their frame rate halved. (1 frame for each eye)
    But the games still need to be smooth. A jerky gameplay will add to the headache.
    But I welcome the idea. While I may be happy with gaming as they are, I would like to try it before writing it off. It's been many years since the Virtual Boy.

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