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August 28, 2013 2:42:01 PM

So ive read a lot of threads about gaming on triple monitors or a 3D Monitor. But i am curious what is everyone's opinion on 3X27in monitors that are also 3D monitors.

-i know that this is probably a crazy question, and i've heard that i'm crazy for wanting to game on a 3X27in monitor setup (because theres too much to look at and your eyes wont pick everything up in fast pasted games) but i dont care what the system requirements are and i dont care if its "overkill".

- I had decided to get 3 HP Pavilion 27xi Silver / Black 27" 7ms monitors

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

-But now i want to up the ante and look into 3D also
example-
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

So in this thread i would like it if you guys would give pro's and con's to having 3X27" 3D Monitors and any suggestions on what monitors would be good would be much appreciated or if you can convince me to just stick with the HP monitors that would be good too.

thank you for your time

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August 28, 2013 2:55:42 PM

I don't think it is crazy at all. The two side monitors are really only there to provide an immersion feeling, but you'll never really be focusing on them. So, if you're comfortable sitting in front of a 27" monitor, you should be fine sitting in front of 3. The only real cons are that it requires a huge amount of space. My 3 24" monitors take up an area 6' wide, and that is with the side two angled in significantly. The other con is when you are using the desktop environment, it can be a real pain with so much real estate. It is easy to lose the mouse pointer, lose track of desktop icons, and you're neck can get sore if you are constantly looking around. Personally, I think 24" is fine, for standard viewing. You may have to sit further back with 27". As for 3D, I'm not a fan. It is gimmicky at best. Some games look really good, some look like crap.
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August 28, 2013 2:59:27 PM

Try putting them in a vertical setup so you will get a huge overall screen to look at instead of just extended fov.
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August 28, 2013 3:02:54 PM

What are you wanting to do with your Nvidia surround setup? What GPU and processor were you planning on running those with? To be honest, I personally think 3D is a bit of a gimmick. Don't get me wrong, it's different and it was interesting the first couple of times I tried it on my buddie's beastly 3D TV but I honestly am not really a fan.

That being said, to run (3) 1080p 3D displays you are going to need top of the line components: (2) GTX 780s w/ a i5 quad minimum. I personally would be more interested in using a 4k monitor - don't know if you have had the pleasure of seeing native 4k content on a 4k display but it's incredibly vivid and clean. I don't know if it's fiscally responsible to buy more than one of those monitors, let alone the i7 proc and dual/triple GTX Titans that it would take to support it but I think that is probably the best that's out there.

If you're not rendering 3D content for work/fun and it's just for movies/gaming, just get the regular 1080p displays or save up your duckets and get a 4k panel
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August 28, 2013 3:51:01 PM

game junky said:
What are you wanting to do with your Nvidia surround setup? What GPU and processor were you planning on running those with? To be honest, I personally think 3D is a bit of a gimmick. Don't get me wrong, it's different and it was interesting the first couple of times I tried it on my buddie's beastly 3D TV but I honestly am not really a fan.

That being said, to run (3) 1080p 3D displays you are going to need top of the line components: (2) GTX 780s w/ a i5 quad minimum. I personally would be more interested in using a 4k monitor - don't know if you have had the pleasure of seeing native 4k content on a 4k display but it's incredibly vivid and clean. I don't know if it's fiscally responsible to buy more than one of those monitors, let alone the i7 proc and dual/triple GTX Titans that it would take to support it but I think that is probably the best that's out there.

If you're not rendering 3D content for work/fun and it's just for movies/gaming, just get the regular 1080p displays or save up your duckets and get a 4k panel


So far i am stuck in between choosing a processor. I was thinking either a
-4th Gen i7
or
-Intel Core i7-3930K Sandy Bridge-E 3.2GHz (3.8GHz Turbo) LGA 2011 130W Six-Core Desktop Processor BX80619i73930K ( which is a 2nd Gen)

for the GPU im currently learning toward the HD 7990 6G (which says it can hold 4 displays) so im hoping thatll be enough
but of course that choice was for the 3 HP 27in monitors.
if i go for the 3D also ive heard Nvidia is the way to go so id have to re-evaluate my choice maybe go for the titan or 690

and yeah ive read that alot of people think that 3D is a gimmick but ive also read that 3D is really nice on RPG's like skyrim and swtor. ill probably play the whole spectrum of games so for fast passed games 2D is the winner(so i hear) but since im a big fan of skyrim and swtor the 3D would be a be a nice option.

another issue i have with between the two options of 3 monitors with 3D or no 3D is
-the ASUS monitor i listed looks like it has really big corners causing a large spacing between screens which would make for a worse view

Honestly if the HP monitor was 3D too it would be a done deal


also i just looked up that 4k monitor and damn that is a mammoth of a screen it probably is not fiscally responsible buying even one of those lol
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August 28, 2013 3:59:01 PM

jdevers said:
I don't think it is crazy at all. The two side monitors are really only there to provide an immersion feeling, but you'll never really be focusing on them. So, if you're comfortable sitting in front of a 27" monitor, you should be fine sitting in front of 3. The only real cons are that it requires a huge amount of space. My 3 24" monitors take up an area 6' wide, and that is with the side two angled in significantly. The other con is when you are using the desktop environment, it can be a real pain with so much real estate. It is easy to lose the mouse pointer, lose track of desktop icons, and you're neck can get sore if you are constantly looking around. Personally, I think 24" is fine, for standard viewing. You may have to sit further back with 27". As for 3D, I'm not a fan. It is gimmicky at best. Some games look really good, some look like crap.


Yeah ive heard 3D is only good on RPG's which i happen to be a big fan of haha. but if i were to play battlefield or something along those lines i would probably stick with a 2D viewing. also on those cons i think ill be ok with those cons ha. also thank you for confirming that this isnt a crazy concept. and yes ill most definitely have to put some distance between myself and the screens
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August 28, 2013 4:05:13 PM

Wait for Ivy-Bridge E to come out, should be in the next few weeks. Grab the 4930K and then get a couple of GTX 770s or 780s. Honestly, if you aren't doing anything other than gaming I would go with a 3770K. It'll save you money on the CPU and motherboard that you can then put into the graphics card. You really need some serious GPU horsepower to run this type of setup. One GTX 780 will run it pretty decently, so that is my pick if you are limited in budget and think you may want to SLi later. The worst thing to do though is sink a bunch of money into 3 monitors and not have the GPU power to handle it.
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August 28, 2013 4:13:13 PM

Get five in portrait mode ;) 
I would rather 24" 1080P screens, just because I like the higher pixel density and since I have good vision I can pick out pixels from really far away :/ 
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August 28, 2013 4:33:35 PM

game junky said:
Yeah ive heard 3D is only good on RPG's which i happen to be a big fan of haha. but if i were to play battlefield or something along those lines i would probably stick with a 2D viewing. also on those cons i think ill be ok with those cons ha. also thank you for confirming that this isnt a crazy concept. and yes ill most definitely have to put some distance between myself and the screens

3D is pretty much reserved for single player, anything like COD or Battlefield is more effort than its worth in 3D, FPS games are rarely that great in 3D and its better to use the 120Hz capability of the display for 120FPS rather than 3D to give yourself an advantage. People who say 3D is a gimmick are absolutely right for most things, the crap in cinemas, the crap implementation on console, the crap on movies, they are all terrible in my opinion, but 3D gaming on PC is totally different.

I use 1x 780 for 1080p 3D, its about a perfect fit in terms of whats needed speed wise in my opinion. For triple monitor you'd want SLI 780's or you are going to be needing to turn down alot of settings to get playable frame rates, also theres the fact that you'd need to buy an active adapter to get 3x 120Hz monitors working off a single GPU. Something to think about is compatibility, quite a few games don't work in 3D, I'd imagine this number expands when in 3D across 3 monitors, I can't say I've done it so I don't know.

http://helixmod.blogspot.co.uk/
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August 28, 2013 4:41:19 PM

jdevers said:
Wait for Ivy-Bridge E to come out, should be in the next few weeks. Grab the 4930K and then get a couple of GTX 770s or 780s. Honestly, if you aren't doing anything other than gaming I would go with a 3770K. It'll save you money on the CPU and motherboard that you can then put into the graphics card. You really need some serious GPU horsepower to run this type of setup. One GTX 780 will run it pretty decently, so that is my pick if you are limited in budget and think you may want to SLi later. The worst thing to do though is sink a bunch of money into 3 monitors and not have the GPU power to handle it.


Do you think that a Radeon HD 7990 will work? and i do plan on running a 3D modeling program called Solidworks along with gaming (not at the same time obviously )
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August 28, 2013 4:45:05 PM

7990 is 14% faster plus a million problems from Crossfire and 0 3D support.
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August 28, 2013 4:49:06 PM

cookybiscuit said:
game junky said:
Yeah ive heard 3D is only good on RPG's which i happen to be a big fan of haha. but if i were to play battlefield or something along those lines i would probably stick with a 2D viewing. also on those cons i think ill be ok with those cons ha. also thank you for confirming that this isnt a crazy concept. and yes ill most definitely have to put some distance between myself and the screens

3D is pretty much reserved for single player, anything like COD or Battlefield is more effort than its worth in 3D, FPS games are rarely that great in 3D and its better to use the 120Hz capability of the display for 120FPS rather than 3D to give yourself an advantage. People who say 3D is a gimmick are absolutely right for most things, the crap in cinemas, the crap implementation on console, the crap on movies, they are all terrible in my opinion, but 3D gaming on PC is totally different.

I use 1x 780 for 1080p 3D, its about a perfect fit in terms of whats needed speed wise in my opinion. For triple monitor you'd want SLI 780's or you are going to be needing to turn down alot of settings to get playable frame rates, also theres the fact that you'd need to buy an active adapter to get 3x 120Hz monitors working off a single GPU. Something to think about is compatibility, quite a few games don't work in 3D, I'd imagine this number expands when in 3D across 3 monitors, I can't say I've done it so I don't know.

http://helixmod.blogspot.co.uk/


do you have any monitors in mind that would be 27in, 3D, and 120Hz? also alot of people are tossing out Nividia cards as the cards i should be using. are the the AMD GPU's that much worse. cause the speeds and stats that ive seen on the internet say that the HD7990 is the best graphics card out there
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August 28, 2013 4:50:36 PM

pladpenguin00 said:
jdevers said:
Wait for Ivy-Bridge E to come out, should be in the next few weeks. Grab the 4930K and then get a couple of GTX 770s or 780s. Honestly, if you aren't doing anything other than gaming I would go with a 3770K. It'll save you money on the CPU and motherboard that you can then put into the graphics card. You really need some serious GPU horsepower to run this type of setup. One GTX 780 will run it pretty decently, so that is my pick if you are limited in budget and think you may want to SLi later. The worst thing to do though is sink a bunch of money into 3 monitors and not have the GPU power to handle it.


Do you think that a Radeon HD 7990 will work? and i do plan on running a 3D modeling program called Solidworks along with gaming (not at the same time obviously )


Nvidia has better 3D support. So I would stick with Nvidia. The 3930k/4930k would be the best choice for a workstation type build. But that would be using the X79 chipset. Personally, I think X79 is the best choice out there, but it is much more expensive. You will need nice quad channel memory and they are designed to take full advantage of SLi. But realistically, a pair of GTX 780s is going to be the best bet if you want guaranteed good performance, and for the build to last for 2 to 3 years.

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August 28, 2013 4:53:45 PM

cookybiscuit said:
7990 is 14% faster plus a million problems from Crossfire and 0 3D support.

so lets say i stick with no 3D what kind of problems does Crossfire have. and what is the best Nividia card you would suggest. because i originally picked out a titan but then thought i would save $400 by getting a HD7990 since it was considered faster. should i go back to the titan or (i think its the 690 thats the next best to the titan)?
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August 28, 2013 4:53:46 PM

VG278H fits the bill.

780 beats 7990, plain and simple, you wanting 3D, even more so. The 13.8 drivers that fix Crossfire issues in DX11 titles do not work for multimonitor, so you'd get terrible microstutter and runt frames. AMD also does not support 3D in any way shape or form, that Helix site I linked provides fixes for broken 3D games, but the fix isn't compatible with AMD cards, I think I've probably played 3 or 4 games in the last year that haven't been fixed by that site, without it you are screwed.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/graphics-card-bench...

Theres a reason the 7990 is discontinued. Also the Titan is a total waste of money, its a 780 with Titan written on it.
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August 28, 2013 5:07:20 PM

jdevers said:
pladpenguin00 said:
jdevers said:
Wait for Ivy-Bridge E to come out, should be in the next few weeks. Grab the 4930K and then get a couple of GTX 770s or 780s. Honestly, if you aren't doing anything other than gaming I would go with a 3770K. It'll save you money on the CPU and motherboard that you can then put into the graphics card. You really need some serious GPU horsepower to run this type of setup. One GTX 780 will run it pretty decently, so that is my pick if you are limited in budget and think you may want to SLi later. The worst thing to do though is sink a bunch of money into 3 monitors and not have the GPU power to handle it.


Do you think that a Radeon HD 7990 will work? and i do plan on running a 3D modeling program called Solidworks along with gaming (not at the same time obviously )


Nvidia has better 3D support. So I would stick with Nvidia. The 3930k/4930k would be the best choice for a workstation type build. But that would be using the X79 chipset. Personally, I think X79 is the best choice out there, but it is much more expensive. You will need nice quad channel memory and they are designed to take full advantage of SLi. But realistically, a pair of GTX 780s is going to be the best bet if you want guaranteed good performance, and for the build to last for 2 to 3 years.



Thanks for the input i found this helpful im going to check into Nividia for my GPU. also alittle further into this. you think ill need 2 GTX 780's instead of 1. also what do you personally think i should do about the monitors the HP or the ASUS? The HP looks like it has less problems and better reviews but no 3D (from what you said earlier i figure you would probably say to go for the better monitor and just let the 3D dream die?)
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August 28, 2013 5:12:36 PM

I personally game in 3D Vision all the time. It may not be the greatest thing from a competitive stand point, but for single playing gaming, it is great for both RPG's and FPS's, but not so much for strategy games. If the game has a 1st person or over the shoulder view, it looks awesome, but it does not help you play better, but that is not the point of immersion. I sometimes play games without the laser site just to make it look more real.

My absolute favorite games in 3D Vision have been:
Far Cry 3
Metro 2033
Skyrim
Crysis 2 (haven't gotten 3)
The Witcher 2

I've played may other games that are also awesome, but those take it to another level, imo.

Another important thing. You'll want to go Nvidia for this type of setup. 3D Surround has been supported for a while, and supports SLI (2-way only), while AMD does not have Crossfire support for their 3 monitor 3D gaming.
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August 28, 2013 5:15:03 PM

cookybiscuit said:
VG278H fits the bill.

780 beats 7990, plain and simple, you wanting 3D, even more so. The 13.8 drivers that fix Crossfire issues in DX11 titles do not work for multimonitor, so you'd get terrible microstutter and runt frames. AMD also does not support 3D in any way shape or form, that Helix site I linked provides fixes for broken 3D games, but the fix isn't compatible with AMD cards, I think I've probably played 3 or 4 games in the last year that haven't been fixed by that site, without it you are screwed.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/graphics-card-bench...

Theres a reason the 7990 is discontinued. Also the Titan is a total waste of money, its a 780 with Titan written on it.


thanks for the link and info im differently sold on going back to Nividia now. on the whole deciding on monitor front do you think i should give up on the 3D and get the HP or go for that ASUS. Do you think that the 3D will be worth getting if i am going to play those single player games but the corners are thicker making it harder to get a better full view for when i play FPS on the 2D mode.
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August 28, 2013 5:18:40 PM

Depends what you want, but if you are going with an IPS display make it 1440p, take advantage of the better picture with higher pixel density.

Also by the way the 3D monitor you linked in your first post is useless as its passive, you want something from the Asus or Benq line that uses the Nvidia shutter glasses if you decide to go 3D.
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August 28, 2013 5:20:35 PM

bystander said:
I personally game in 3D Vision all the time. It may not be the greatest thing from a competitive stand point, but for single playing gaming, it is great for both RPG's and FPS's, but not so much for strategy games. If the game has a 1st person or over the shoulder view, it looks awesome, but it does not help you play better, but that is not the point of immersion. I sometimes play games without the laser site just to make it look more real.

My absolute favorite games in 3D Vision have been:
Far Cry 3
Metro 2033
Skyrim
Crysis 2 (haven't gotten 3)
The Witcher 2

I've played may other games that are also awesome, but those take it to another level, imo.

Another important thing. You'll want to go Nvidia for this type of setup. 3D Surround has been supported for a while, and supports SLI (2-way only), while AMD does not have Crossfire support for their 3 monitor 3D gaming.


Do you know if you can play those games on 3 monitors on 3d also because those are the kind of games that i will be playing. Also do you have multi monitors and how is it in 3D. and do large corners have a big impact on you vision of the games. also what monitor d you have
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August 28, 2013 5:23:10 PM

pladpenguin00 said:
jdevers said:
I don't think it is crazy at all. The two side monitors are really only there to provide an immersion feeling, but you'll never really be focusing on them. So, if you're comfortable sitting in front of a 27" monitor, you should be fine sitting in front of 3. The only real cons are that it requires a huge amount of space. My 3 24" monitors take up an area 6' wide, and that is with the side two angled in significantly. The other con is when you are using the desktop environment, it can be a real pain with so much real estate. It is easy to lose the mouse pointer, lose track of desktop icons, and you're neck can get sore if you are constantly looking around. Personally, I think 24" is fine, for standard viewing. You may have to sit further back with 27". As for 3D, I'm not a fan. It is gimmicky at best. Some games look really good, some look like crap.




Yeah ive heard 3D is only good on RPG's which i happen to be a big fan of haha. but if i were to play battlefield or something along those lines i would probably stick with a 2D viewing. also on those cons i think ill be ok with those cons ha. also thank you for confirming that this isnt a crazy concept. and yes ill most definitely have to put some distance between myself and the screens


3D is really good for racing games,Black ops 2 in 3d is actaully good though you spend more tme looking at your gun. Im running 3 screens at the moment 2x22" as the side screens and a 24"sony playstation monitor (sometimes swap it out with my 42" tv) never had problems with desktop icons or losing the mouse.

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August 28, 2013 5:25:59 PM


yeah that first link that i put up was what i was ganna get if i decided not to go 3D. i liked that one cause it had small corners but your right i obviously cant get that one if i go 3D
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August 28, 2013 5:28:55 PM

pladpenguin00 said:
bystander said:
I personally game in 3D Vision all the time. It may not be the greatest thing from a competitive stand point, but for single playing gaming, it is great for both RPG's and FPS's, but not so much for strategy games. If the game has a 1st person or over the shoulder view, it looks awesome, but it does not help you play better, but that is not the point of immersion. I sometimes play games without the laser site just to make it look more real.

My absolute favorite games in 3D Vision have been:
Far Cry 3
Metro 2033
Skyrim
Crysis 2 (haven't gotten 3)
The Witcher 2

I've played may other games that are also awesome, but those take it to another level, imo.

Another important thing. You'll want to go Nvidia for this type of setup. 3D Surround has been supported for a while, and supports SLI (2-way only), while AMD does not have Crossfire support for their 3 monitor 3D gaming.


Do you know if you can play those games on 3 monitors on 3d also because those are the kind of games that i will be playing. Also do you have multi monitors and how is it in 3D. and do large corners have a big impact on you vision of the games. also what monitor d you have


I have a 27" Acer. I got it before 3D Vision 2 was released, and I still game in 3D most the time, unless I'm playing strategy games.

I have never done 3D Vision Surround, so I cannot tell you what games will or won't work with it. I don't know what you mean by "large corners".

Also, support is spotty. Some games work great, others don't. You'll want this link for a mod community that fixes many games: http://helixmod.blogspot.com/2013/07/game-list-full.htm...

Lastly, learn how to use the depth and convergence settings (requires you to turn on keyboard functions in the Nvidia control panel). The default settings has almost no depth and may be placed at the wrong distance without the right convergence (designed to accommodate different peoples eye separation).
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August 28, 2013 5:33:34 PM

I say go with the 3D, if it is something that interest you then do it! I've played Arkham City in 3D and it was exceptional. Don't make your monitor decision based on bezel size. I have pretty large bezels but you adjust to it pretty quickly. Like I said, you're only focusing on the main display, the sides are just for immersion. Also, Nvidia surround allows you to use bezel corrected resolutions.
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August 28, 2013 5:34:48 PM



I have a 27" Acer. I got it before 3D Vision 2 was released, and I still game in 3D most the time, unless I'm playing strategy games.

I have never done 3D Vision Surround, so I cannot tell you what games will or won't work with it. I don't know what you mean by "large corners".
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yeah srry that wasnt very descriptive of me, when i meant large corners. if you look at your screen youll notice that it has a border around it typically i guess made of plastic. it is usually like an inch or 2 wide and if you put 3 screens next to each other youll notice they dont sit "screen by screen" next to each other that corner or edge is what i was talking about. if i end up going 3D which i am leaning towards im trying to find of course a 27in and also try to find a monitor with a slim edge. but i do understand sometimes we cant get everything we want haha
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August 28, 2013 5:39:51 PM

jdevers said:
I say go with the 3D, if it is something that interest you then do it! I've played Arkham City in 3D and it was exceptional. Don't make your monitor decision based on bezel size. I have pretty large bezels but you adjust to it pretty quickly. Like I said, you're only focusing on the main display, the sides are just for immersion. Also, Nvidia surround allows you to use bezel corrected resolutions.


very good this is one of the big question i was worried about was the bezel size.
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August 28, 2013 5:50:14 PM

bystander said:
pladpenguin00 said:
bystander said:
I personally game in 3D Vision all the time. It may not be the greatest thing from a competitive stand point, but for single playing gaming, it is great for both RPG's and FPS's, but not so much for strategy games. If the game has a 1st person or over the shoulder view, it looks awesome, but it does not help you play better, but that is not the point of immersion. I sometimes play games without the laser site just to make it look more real.

My absolute favorite games in 3D Vision have been:
Far Cry 3
Metro 2033
Skyrim
Crysis 2 (haven't gotten 3)
The Witcher 2

I've played may other games that are also awesome, but those take it to another level, imo.

Another important thing. You'll want to go Nvidia for this type of setup. 3D Surround has been supported for a while, and supports SLI (2-way only), while AMD does not have Crossfire support for their 3 monitor 3D gaming.


Do you know if you can play those games on 3 monitors on 3d also because those are the kind of games that i will be playing. Also do you have multi monitors and how is it in 3D. and do large corners have a big impact on you vision of the games. also what monitor d you have


I have a 27" Acer. I got it before 3D Vision 2 was released, and I still game in 3D most the time, unless I'm playing strategy games.

I have never done 3D Vision Surround, so I cannot tell you what games will or won't work with it. I don't know what you mean by "large corners".

Also, support is spotty. Some games work great, others don't. You'll want this link for a mod community that fixes many games: http://helixmod.blogspot.com/2013/07/game-list-full.htm...

Lastly, learn how to use the depth and convergence settings (requires you to turn on keyboard functions in the Nvidia control panel). The default settings has almost no depth and may be placed at the wrong distance without the right convergence (designed to accommodate different peoples eye separation).


do you remember how much your acer 27in 3D monitor cost?
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August 28, 2013 6:05:51 PM

also guys i have one more question. you all have been a big help. you have successful led me away from AMD and i thank yall for that and it looks like i am also going 3D but i have one more question that will finalize this. it is i guess a myth im not sure ive seen it on like 1 or 2 reviews.
I wear glasses and i am nearsighted ( can see close up not far away) and i have read from like i said a few people saying that nearsighted people that where their glasses while trying to watch 3D will see a horizontal line thus making the experience not very acceptable
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August 28, 2013 6:19:20 PM

I don't know how bezel size will effect the 3D effect with 3 monitors. I don't have 3 monitors. I can say that if I were to get a 3D monitor today, it would probably be the ASUS VG278H. It gets the best reviews for 27" monitors, though BenQ just released a new 27" monitor recently which may also be good.
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