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100hz TV and nVidia 3D Vision?

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December 21, 2012 7:28:57 PM

Hello everyone!

I'll get straight to the point, I have been planning for a long time on getting an nVidia 3D Vision set, and now that I have upgraded my video card to a GTX660Ti, I think I am ready.
However, my monitor concerns me. It is an LG 32LV570S (100hz, LED). It is only 100hz (don't know if that actually matters) and does not say "3D Vision Ready" (though I've seen lots of screens WITHOUT that tag working well with 3D Vision).
The question is: Is my TV compatible with nVidia 3D Vision? If no, are there any tweaks I could perform to make it work? (I don't want to be spending another 500 bucks on a new screen).

Any answers are appreciated, thanks in advance.

Merry Christmas!

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December 21, 2012 7:46:59 PM

To my knowledge you need a 120hz monitor to use 3d vision. I'm sure they have a list on there site on the monitors that support it. normally its something that is advertised with the screen.
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December 21, 2012 7:49:17 PM

bigshootr8 said:
To my knowledge you need a 120hz monitor to use 3d vision. I'm sure they have a list on there site on the monitors that support it. normally its something that is advertised with the screen.


Yeah, but I've heard of people using 100hz screens not listed on the nVidia website with 3D Vision.
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a c 81 Î Nvidia
December 21, 2012 7:49:48 PM

3D Vision does allow you to use 100hz, 110hz and 120hz. The problem is, 3D Vision doesn't typically work with TV sets, and the few that do, through the use of Nvidia 3Dtv play, won't work at 1080p unless it drops to 24hz per eye.

If you already have the TV, you could try Nvidia 3Dtv play, as it does have a free trial version, but I have my doubts.
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December 21, 2012 7:52:29 PM

bystander said:
3D Vision does allow you to use 100hz, 110hz and 120hz. The problem is, 3D Vision doesn't typically work with TV sets, and the few that do, through the use of Nvidia 3Dtv play, won't work at 1080p unless it drops to 24hz per eye.

If you already have the TV, you could try Nvidia 3Dtv play, as it does have a free trial version, but I have my doubts.


Then I guess I should be buying a new monitor? Damn, I was hoping it wasn't necessary. Anyway, thanks for the answer, take care.
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December 21, 2012 7:52:48 PM

its not a 3d tv it cant accept a 100hz signal its only like creates extra frames its self to get that speed its probably only accepts a 50hz signal and it probably doesnt have the appropriate hdmi port to being 1.4
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