apparently you will need:
2x blueray drive + software to play
1x 120hz monitor
the difference between monitor technologies is all in the backlighting. typical lcds are ccfl backlit, the new style monitors are led backlit. this usually results in better contrast ratios, more uniform brightness, minor power savings. leds should last longer than ccfl as well.
if you have the money go for led, if you dont, ccfl works.
Isn't is more than just a 120hz monitor? I'd really like to know the monitor specs. There are a bunch of monitor that now advertise 3D ready, but I also see people talking about viewing 3D on older monitors? The nVidia site just doesn't explain this in enough detail. They only list those compatible monitors they confirmed. It would be much better to know the specs so the majority of us can know if we have monitors that will work.
- Do you have to worry about the similar problem with TVs advertised at 120hz but they only accept a 60hz input?
- Isn't DVI-D a requirement?
- Isn't a video card with dual DVI output required?