I just want to share my new discovery as i havent seen this on the web yet.
In order to play Nvidida 3D surround you need
3x nvidia 3d rdy monitors, which cost a lot
And atleast gtx 670's sli to run 5760x1080 x2(dobbel rendering for each monitor) which 3d does.
This is expensive!
Now for a cheaper option!
I first bought a 3d monitor becuse i was psyched about testing 3d in games.
And i must say it actually is quit awsome! Though i dont use it for competitive fast gaming, more like roleplay racing etc.
As i got more into Racing sim games i had seen a lot of Surround setups, and i wanted to try this aswell.
So i bought 2 of the cheapest 27" benQ monitors. Set it up in surround and it's really great.
Now my problem was that i wasnt able to enjoy my 3d monitor, atleast so i thought until i tried.
And what do you know it actually worked.
So having 3d in the middel and 2d on the sides.
Gaming has been taken to new heights.
Whene playing with 3 monitors you never look directly at the sides they are just there to give you a sense of the environment.
So they still being in 2d isnt even noticeable.
A lot cheaper, not having to get 3x 3D monitors but 2x2d's and 1 3D.
Less requiring (1 GTX 670 will be enough, but for hige quality gaming on demanding games a pair of 670 or 680's would do good, but no longer required.
My problem to begin with was that only a handfull of games worked, skyrim and a few racing games.
But after some testing i now know that the games has to run in DX9 to work. (Most games that have dx11 has an option to run dx9 so most games are compatible, exept just cause2.)
Some might take this as a huge loss, but with all the fxaa and (TXAA for those who like that extremly blury thingy Nvidia call and improvment)
The small loss of graphic quality from dx11 to 9 will not be noticeable.
And whene you sit there with a very wide screen covering your whole eye sight side to side and with a deep 3d world infront of you, the small loss in graphic quality wont be noticable.