Budget Range: less than 2000. (don't wanna waste money though)
System Usage from Most to Least Important: desktop for game and surfing the internet, I am trying to experience 3D Vision games, but I am not sure whether it is the right time to get a 120Hz monitor and 3d vision kit.
Parts Not Required: mouse and Windows 7 pro.
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg.com
Country of Origin: USA
Parts Preferences: I prefer Intel build.
Overclocking: maybe I will learn how to overclock
SLI or Crossfire: I will, but not for now. So I need a mobo ready for SLI and only one videocard.
Monitor Resolution: 1920×1080
Additional Comments: If there is a 120Hz monitor with good performance, I will take one. If not, I prefer a normal one.
So the cost of getting 3D is $305 or $255 (depending if you make that $50 off). I think you should decide for yourself if you want to spend the money or not. Maybe read some reviews on 3D gaming to see if you think its good enough to warrant the cash.
Thank u. I gathered these and build my pc. Unfortunatly when I set up, the mobo' Mem-led is red, and no beep. The monitor is blank. Could u give me any advice ? And I tried the memOK button, but it is useless.
The problem was that the RAM memo was in the wrong direction.
And I tested the 3D Vision in the Mafia2, Metro2033 , World of Warcraft, and other videos. It is excellent in the Mafia 2 and Metro 2033. No ghosting and with high FPS. But I cannot open the stereo in WoW. And in the 3D videos, it is awesome.
There is one thing I must say, I can't play 3D Vision game for very long time. And for some pictures the ghosting exists.