Are you saying that you can play with 3D in the middle at the same time as the 2 outer screens are still playing in 2D? Or is it a matter of having a 3D monitor to play 3D only on the center, then you can change to 2D surround for all 3 monitors at other times?
If it was the first, how do you like playing it that way?
Do you have a script for turning off 3D Vision from the drivers? The reason I ask is that if you leave it on from in the drivers, even if you hit ctrl-T to turn off 3D Vision, you lose a lot of performance, something like 10-20%. I created a toolbar on my taskbar with a hotkey to turn it on, and another to turn it off.
I know that 3d can be ran at 24 mhz or something.
I have a 10 meter hdmi cabel from exibel and in order to transfear 3d signals they lowerd the mhz.
So thinking that perhaps skyrim starts with 24mhz for some reason, while dirt 3 and battlefield 3 forces my other left and right side monitor to try 120 mhz witch they cant handle and there for crashes.
that script is it the same as unhooking the enable sterioscopic 3d or isnt that disable the nvstlink?
Yes, it's exactly the same as enabling and disabling stereoscopic 3D. Ctrl-T does not do that, and ends up sucking away a lot of performance, even when off. So before I enter a game, I can turn it on or off with my batch files, then go in game.