Which one is BEST combination for 3D?

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by Creador, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. Creador

    Creador New Member

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    Hello,

    tomorrow I'm gonna buy a Graphic Card (so this is very important) and I want to learn which one I'll have the best result for 3D:

    I have a 3D Led Samsung Monitor (Has 120Mhz and can support 3d)

    1. My 3d Monitor + AMD HD3D Graphic Card
    2. My 3d Monitor + TriDef Middleware
    3. My 3d Monitor + AMD HD3D Graphic Card+ TriDef Middleware

    I got a very satisfying result with 2nd option. Do you think I'd need to buy a Amd HD3D (ex: this card (click)) for better 3d?

    Or if you think the 2nd option is good enough I'd like to go for this card (click)

    Thank YOU!
     
  2. lieutenant

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    Amd is neither famous nor verified for 3D gaming and there is no support actually.

    Nvidia 3D vision is thousand times better like comparing a Ferrari and a bicycle. :)
     
  3. Creador

    Creador New Member

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    Ok. Thanks. So which exactly the graphic card would you suggest ?
     
  4. lieutenant

    lieutenant Banned

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    It depends the price range, for 1080p 120hz even a gtx 680 would struggle achieving ultra details on latest titles, so gtx 670/660ti will have worse times. 660ti is minimum. You want max details or mediocre? 3D isn't an easy mission.
     

  5. Creador

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    No need for extreme details.. Thank you..

    So, you say this card can be very good ?

    http://usa.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/NVIDIA_Series/GTX680DC2T2GD5/
     
  6. Darkest

    Darkest Ancient Guru

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    You're aiming for 1080p / 120hz 3D gaming with a Core 2 Duo? I'd suggest taking a look at the rest of your system before going down that route.
     
  7. Creador

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    My new system will be different, I'll use INTEL CORE I7 3770 SOKET 1155 3,4GHZ 8MB CACHE
     
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    Thank you!
     
  10. mikeysg

    mikeysg Ancient Guru

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    After reading Hilbert's review of the Zalman ZM-M240W Trimon monitor, I felt I had to give it a try. Since Zalman passive S3D is supported in nVidia control panel, and it takes up to a 20% framerate hit compared to the active alternative which has a better IQ, but cuts framerate by almost half, or thereabouts. Anyway, I was using a GTX560 Ti then, so it worked out nicely. I still have that monitor, and paired it with my SLi'ed GTX670's and needless to say, I can max out just about every game in sight in S3D @1080P, other than Metro 2033 that is.
     

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