Reviews and Problems with NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision
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Stereoscopic is amazing
17 May 2013
Summary: This has been a pain since the start. I bought everything for 3d from the monitor to the graphics card, and it cost a lot. but the price didn't bother me too much, I was just excited to play games in 3d but right off the bat there were issues, many things were complicated but I ended up figuring it out eventually, and was up and running in 3d.
Summary: first of all i don't like movies in 3d becasuse 3d effect is too shallow. gaming is whole different you can set it high as you want. i been using 3d vision for almost 2 years and i just don't understand why some people say 3d is gimmick. i brought few friends they are not a 3d fan but after i show them they changed their mine. 3d will give you immersive experience period!!! its really hard to go back to 2d flat picture screen.
Summary: I couldn't be happier with this glasses, games look awesome (not all of them) and the 3D movie samples I downloaded from NVidia's webpage look even more amazing. Pros: -It turns 2D games to 3D -Light & very well designed glasses -USB rechargeable glasses -No greenish/bluish effect when using 3D with my Mitsubishi WD-60C9 Cons: -Price -Not all games look that great, sometimes the 3D effect can confuse your view and you might get tired after playing those for a while.
Summary: It is awesome! I have it working on a 100" screen with a 3D DLP projector and Panasonic 50" 3D Plasma (w/Beta 260 Drivers). The effect is Similar to IMAX - Perfect 3D on a huge screen with no artifacts or ghosting at all on the DLP, Plasma has minimal ghosting. The NVIDIA logo pops out of my 100" screen about 4 feet while watching their 3D test. The game "Just Cause 2" runs good on my GTX470 in 3D at 720P with every option at max.
Summary: I have this connected to a Mitsubishi 65 inch 3D tv. In short, don't bother. It's extraordinarily finicky and difficult to set up, and the effect isn't particularly amazing. If you have a lot of patience and $250 burning a hole in your pocket, then go for it, but after I got it working I very quickly lost interest because it simply isn't impressive. Now I've upgraded my video card and can't get it working again.
Summary: I had been waiting for the cost of 3D ready monitors to go down some before I purchased this upgrade. I finally saw the Acer GD235HZ monitor go on sale for $309 and couldn't pass it up. My nVIDIA 3D Vision Kit arrived the same day as the monitor (sweet!) so I was able to try both out immediately. Very impressive if I say so! Way to go nVIDIA!!
Summary: The 3D Vision kit arrived last week and I was really excited after reading so much about it. It arrived the same day as the Samsung SyncMaster 2233rz so it was all ready to go. Just in case you don't know yet, you will need a 3D enabled monitor and an Nvidia card that supports 3D. Make sure you read up on everything including system requirements if you are entertaining the idea of getting this. It has been a little over a week of using the 3D Vision.