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December 26, 2012 12:30:59 PM

I got a passive 3D monitor for Xmas and whilst the sales are on i want to get some good games that can make the most out of it.

What games output either Side by Side/top and bottom or Interlaced 3D? Ive looked in the settings of a few recent games, some of them mention 3d but turning it on still outputs a 2D picture to the screen..

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December 26, 2012 12:33:40 PM

edddotcom said:
I got a passive 3D monitor for Xmas and whilst the sales are on i want to get some good games that can make the most out of it.

What games output either Side by Side/top and bottom or Interlaced 3D? Ive looked in the settings of a few recent games, some of them mention 3d but turning it on still outputs a 2D picture to the screen..



Does your graphics card (integrated or discreet) support 3D?

That is going to be the next hurdle you have to cross because simply having a 3D ready monitor or TV isn't going to make what you are playing 3D. The game(s) themselves have to have the ability to provide 3D support.

Is this a laptop or desktop?
What type of graphics are you using?
December 26, 2012 12:37:12 PM

hedwar2011 said:
Does your graphics card (integrated or discreet) support 3D?

That is going to be the next hurdle you have to cross because simply having a 3D ready monitor or TV isn't going to make what you are playing 3D. The game(s) themselves have to have the ability to provide 3D support.

Is this a laptop or desktop?
What type of graphics are you using?



I have a Radeon HD6850 Graphics card, its definately got 3d capabilities, at least it says so on the AMD site
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December 26, 2012 12:44:05 PM

According to AMD's site for the Radeon 6850HD it is through a AGP slot. Most 3D cards are PCI-Express.

Who is the actual builder of the card? This would be someone like Diamond, XFX, etc.
December 26, 2012 12:49:00 PM

hedwar2011 said:
According to AMD's site for the Radeon 6850HD it is through a AGP slot. Most 3D cards are PCI-Express.

Who is the actual builder of the card? This would be someone like Diamond, XFX, etc.


Its an XFX card, Its a PCI-E card to the best of my knowledge
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