You actually can play 3D on a 60 Hz display. It will just run at 30 fps. The 60 Hz gets split, 30 for each eye (at most). My screen lowers the resolution a little bit and uses a 24 Hz refresh rate for each eye. Just use the option available on your machine. This assumes, of course, your screen is 3D capable.
It depends on the technology you are using for 3D, but , technically,
Yes you can.
I have a Acer 23.5" 60HZ LED monitor and with TriDef3D i can play games 3D if i want. Some look good some dont...
Quality of course , depends on refresh rate, the more you have the better. And just because 3d imaging displays 2 images at the same time ( very simply speaking) it cuts effective refresh in half. So it will be 30hz in 3D mode.
You should provide us with the glass type (active ? passive? ) ,monitor model , and graphics card for more detailed info.
I think they're trying to say this.
On a 60Hz monitor, whilst playing 3d the refresh rate (60Hz) gets split into halves. (30Hz) and (30Hz), one for each eye, this is because the monitor is displaying 2 images at a time (according to alithegreat). Assuming your monitor is 3D capable, you can do this but you will only see a maximum of 30FPS, because of the two 30Hz images.