It all comes down to whether it can accept 120hz+ signal. 120hz TVs for the most part cannot. 120hz is a good refresh rate for TVs in Region 1 because it is an even multiple of both 24 and 60, the refresh rates of film and broadcast material respectively. 60hz TVs have to do a 3:2 pulldown on 24fps material which results in judder, offensive to some people but not to others (doesn't bother me at all for example, I can't even notice it ). But a refresh rate of 120hz does not mean that your TV can accept 120hz input, and you'll need that for 3D tech.
120hz "input" not just 120hz "refresh rate"
@phil, remember that not all 3d tech uses active shutter glasses.
I was also wondering is an alienware aw2310 3d monitor could be used with an AMD 3d capable video card (monitor is only Nividia 3d vision cert)
I think you would have been better off asking this in a new thread instead of adding it to a several-month-old thread (and if I'd noticed sooner how old the older posts were, I wouldn't have bothered responding to them), but if the aw2310 had its own signaller for nVidia 3d vision glasses, it would probably require an nVidia card to drive that. However, if you get some active shutter glasses separately (the aw2310 doesn't come with any, from what I can tell) with a signaller connected by usb or such, they could probably work with an AMD 3d card, and possibly with iZ3D and TriDef 3D drivers as well.