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Samsung LN40A750 + 3D Vision

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July 28, 2011 5:03:51 PM

I am wondering if my TV can do 3D Vision by nVidia. It is rated at 120Hz and there is an option to turn on 120Hz which I have enabled on the TV. I am assuming this is true 120Hz since the price I paid for this thing in 08 was pretty hefty. I have a 560 Ti and am waiting to get the glasses for it in case my tv doesn't support it.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Thanks!

-Katzie

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July 29, 2011 7:32:43 PM

Katzie said:
I am wondering if my TV can do 3D Vision by nVidia. It is rated at 120Hz and there is an option to turn on 120Hz which I have enabled on the TV. I am assuming this is true 120Hz since the price I paid for this thing in 08 was pretty hefty. I have a 560 Ti and am waiting to get the glasses for it in case my tv doesn't support it.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Thanks!

-Katzie


Unfortunately your TV will not work with nVidia's 3D Vision.

While your TV is 120Hz, it is only able to except 60Hz input signals and then does an internal upconversion to 120Hz.

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July 29, 2011 7:38:36 PM

If so what do you need the glasses for then?

You card should be able to do 120hz. 120 for video isn't that far out there to say. Just few things i think alot of times make much of it really.

Going faster then need be for many things. But sometimes not though, Right?

Otherwise, i wouldn't know what to tell, but to enjoy, Panarama maybe?

Fullscreen usually doesnt, Widescreen is hardly found and if it can't pop out at you, might as well look like it surrounds you, yes?

But to be honest, think hardly anyone really know much of either, just use them everyday, or not. Right?
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July 29, 2011 8:03:50 PM

Best answer selected by Katzie.
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