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can we play 3d games with 3d glasses on laptop which refresh rate is 60hz

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April 22, 2014 5:34:39 AM

can we play 3d games with 3d glasses on laptop which refresh rate is 60hz ... please answer the qus

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April 22, 2014 5:49:31 AM

No, you need 120hz for 3D, 60 hz for each eye.

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April 22, 2014 5:59:25 AM

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.
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April 22, 2014 6:00:34 AM

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.
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April 22, 2014 6:01:32 AM

you both of guyz confusing me :/ 
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April 22, 2014 6:09:52 AM

alithegreat .. bro i have dedicated intel hd4400 graphics .1gb and another amd raedon8670m graphic card.. processer is i5 4th gen 1.6ghz nd what is active and passive glass
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April 22, 2014 6:11:49 AM

Aksh Thakur said:
you both of guyz confusing me :/ 


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.
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