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Default TriDef 3D - 10-27-2016, 13:59 | posts: 1,364 | Location: Suffolk

I decided to have a play around with 3D (again) just for fun.

Anyway I bought the full version of TriDef 3D a while back, when I got my first 3D tv.

Back then I only had an AMD Phenom II X6 1090T and an AMD HD6850 gfx card and windows 7.

To my amazement it worked fairly well with games that are not native (albeit 720p if I wanted 60Hz , 1080p is limited to 30hz over HDMI 1.4a)

Also as an plus I could also view 3D pictures that stood right out of the TV, looked amazing, you could reach out to the image it stood out of the TV so well.

Now I have just decided to download the latest version an install it on this PC using windows 10.

Thing is, like say its the latest build of TriDef 3D but under windows 10 3D look crap ? even the 3D pictures don't stand out of TV ?

anyone else have any experience with TriDef 3D and windows 10 who could help me fix it ?

wondering if it's AMD driver or something to with windows 10 ?

thinking back I'm not sure if AMD HD3D is native to windows 10 now ?

Last edited by stevevnicks; 10-27-2016 at 14:10.
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