Solved 3D surround question Tags: Graphics Cards 3D New Build Graphics Product Last response: March 4, 2011 7:08 PM in Graphics & Displays Share seanny March 1, 2011 4:07:52 PM I recently bought this from New Egg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...;><> I have a few dollars for a new build and am buying 3 of these---http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... <><>My question is ---Would I be able to run 3-60 inch Mitsubishi 3D TV's in 3 way surround?And,would it run nice and smooth?I have been waiting a year for the 27 inch 3d monitors to come out and I give up.I heard they were coming out in March or April but I heard that for the last whole year. More about : surround question Best solution borisof007 a b U Graphics card March 1, 2011 9:50:46 PM Theoretically, yes. Each of those "3d ready" tv's meets the minimum standard refresh rate requirement of 120 hz, 60 hz for each eye with shutter glasses which creates the "3d" effect. Since you're buying 3 GTX 580's, I would recommend using the Mini HDMI to each TV for best picture quality. I hope you have an i7 990X that's OC'd to hell to keep up with 3 580's. And some SSD's in Raid, and 12gb of Ram that's over 2ghz. 17seconds a c 393 U Graphics card March 1, 2011 10:08:20 PM Serious virtual reality gaming potential. You should charge admission... if you can figure out how to get it all up and running. You might want to check out this page on Nvidia's website for 3D Vision: http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-home-users.html Related resources 3d surround question - Forum Cheap 3D vision surround GPU - Forum Can I use two BenQ XL2420T Monitors and 1 XL2420TX for 3D surround ? - Forum Will single GTX 690 be enough for 3D Vision Surround ? - Forum Using a single gtx 680 for 3D or Multi Monitor Surround ? - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer seanny March 4, 2011 7:05:57 PM Best answer selected by seanny. seanny March 4, 2011 7:08:53 PM borisof007 said:Theoretically, yes. Each of those "3d ready" tv's meets the minimum standard refresh rate requirement of 120 hz, 60 hz for each eye with shutter glasses which creates the "3d" effect. Since you're buying 3 GTX 580's, I would recommend using the Mini HDMI to each TV for best picture quality. I hope you have an i7 990X that's OC'd to hell to keep up with 3 580's. And some SSD's in Raid, and 12gb of Ram that's over 2ghz. Thanks for the reply.At the moment,I have a 980@ 4.2gHz and 3 EVGA GTX 480's and a 128gb Corsair Ssd ,12gb of Corsair Dominator @ 1600mHz Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forum3d surround need advice Forum3D vs Surround Forum3d gaming or surround gaming? ForumAmd eyefinity, nvidia surround or a 3d diaply ForumNvidia 3D surround system: $4000 to spend ForumNvidia 3d surround ForumNew Build GPU Question. BF3 Main Game(getting rdy for BF4) ForumQuestion about tuner card and gaming consoles ForumSurround w/ two 2gb 560's, or Eyefinity w/ two 2gb 6950s? Forum[Solved] BFG GTX 260 Question Forum[Solved] CFX Owners: Question about the actual crossfire bridge piece itself... ForumHTPC Question RE: Wiring Forum[Solved] 6950 CF unlocked question ForumQuestion on Eyefinity Forum[Solved] Question about vga port and HDMI More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !