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Tried NVidia 3DTV Play on my Samsung 3D HDTV last year. Did't work as advertised and I got a refund.
60Hz at 720p will get you 30Hz per eye.
48Hz at 1080i(/p?) will get you only 24Hz per eye.
It just doesn't work for proper 3D PC gaming on regular 3D HDTVs (60Hz). You'll need a 120Hz screen at least.
EDIT: it seems that several 'workarounds' or 'hacks' exist for specific TVs which involve changing EDIDs or something in order to be able to use HSBS or checker board 3D for gaming. But no real/true Full HD solutions, so I didn't bother looking into it.
Last edited by FatBoyNL; 08-04-2013 at 12:51.