Summary: For some odd reason I couldn't get this thing to run @ 120hz. I spent all day trying to get it to work, I've tried every single thing.....still..nothing. The screens would split into 4, everytime I set any game to 120hz. Also the picture is horrible, with no way of adjusting not one setting. All, & I mean ALL!!, my PC games looked dried out & blured. I've noticed that 80% of PC monitors don't have extremly sharp picture, like a HDTV does.
Summary: I received the Viewsonic VX2265wm as a Christmas present. It arrived on Dec. 1. I didn't use it until Dec. 25th. It had a serious smear problem when run at 120 Hz (for 3D) and it looked terrible. First I contacted Viewsonic on Dec. 29th and was told that I would have to ship it (at my expense) to their repair facility where it would take from 15 to 21 days from the day they receive it for them to get the repaired monitor back to me. (Assuming they actually fixed it.
Summary: When I first used this item with the NVIDIA 3d glasses, I was shocked and amazed. However, once I became accustomed to playing games in 3d, I was able to see the subtle flaws of this technology. The screen refreshes at 120 hz... but not uniformly. In other words, not all parts of the screen refresh at the same time. The top and bottom ~15% of the screen do not refresh at the same time as the center (at least that's what the current theory is on NVIDIA forum).