Sapphire Does 3D Gaming with Eyefinity

Sapphire demonstrated the following set up, which combines a single Sapphire video card with ATI Eyefinity support, three Zalmon Trimon 3D displays and a third party 3D driver from iZ3D. The result is a 5760 x 1080 display area of eye-popping 3D. Yes, you still have to wear the goofy glasses.

While Sapphire was full of talk about how smooth everything runs, the company remained quiet on just how much you could expect to pay for a set-up like this. Being perfectly honest, we're not sure how we feel about it. It's still early days for 3D technology and we all know from going to see 3D movies that things can look a little off when if you're at an awkward angle.

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  • Regulas
    "things can look a little off when if you're at an awkward angle."
    Agreed but since this looks like PC gaming in mind, we all know PC gamers sit in a very select area while gaming.
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  • vertigo_2000
    I don't read every tech site known to mankind, so this is new to me, and probably others.

    What's the point of complaining anyway?
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  • Ragnar-Kon
    I still don't understand what the big deal about 3D is lately, in games, TV, and movies. Am I the only one left that prefers 2D?
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  • user-one
    It sure took you guys long enough to find this article. Its been up other places for about 2 weeks now.
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  • Regulas
    "things can look a little off when if you're at an awkward angle."
    Agreed but since this looks like PC gaming in mind, we all know PC gamers sit in a very select area while gaming.
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  • abswindows7
    user-oneIt sure took you guys long enough to find this article. Its been up other places for about 2 weeks now.


    sources ?
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