3D vision on GeForce 630m

Hello,
I have a asus k53sm laptop computer that has this nvidia geforce 630m Graphics card with 2GB ram

checking on the nvidia website it says it supports 3d vision...

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt-630m/specifications

but I am unable to find anything related to stereoscopic graphics on nvidia control panel or anywhere else.

also I noticed this line on the top of the page

"Note: The below specifications represent this GPU as incorporated into NVIDIA's reference graphics card design. Graphics card specifications may vary by Add-in-card manufacturer. Please refer to the Add-in-card manufacturers' website for actual shipping specifications."

so i'm to enable 3D vision by the procedure described on the following page.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-discover-driver-setup.html


I have installed the latest drivers already

so is there any way to enable stereoscopic graphics (3d vison)? does my manufacturer has done something with the card?

Also by stereoscopic here I meant anaglyph style 3d but any other mode like shutter glasses may suffice too
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  1. the gpu does support 3d vision but does your laptop screen does? to use 3d vision you're going to need screen that compatible with nvidia 3d vision and 3d vision kit. upon quick inspection about your laptop model from asus website it does not mention about being 3d vision compatible
  2. I see what you mean.. but it should at least have some option in the control panel since I have HDMI available that can be used to connect to external display devices like 3D tv etc..

    but as far as my case is concerned, I need anaglyph 3D (The old style using coloured glasses like red-cyan )

    can this be achived ,also note that anaglyph IS compatible with any screen
  3. i'm not really sure. the spec only mention about 3D in blu ray. did you use driver supplied by your laptop manufacturer or did you have the latest one right now?
  4. LATEST one from nvidia
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