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Benchmark Results: World In Conflict

GeForce 3D Vision: Gaming Goes Stereo

We won’t belabor the performance point—almost like clockwork, enabling GeForce 3D Vision halves frame rates. Assuming that you want to game at your display’s native resolution (and assuming you’d be buying a 22” panel), it isn’t hard to draw conclusions about the sort of horsepower you’d need at minimum to play comfortably.

While, in theory, you could step all the way back to a GeForce 8800 GT and support 3D Vision, anything less than a GTX 260 or so will require compromises in image quality beyond what Nvidia requires in order to get these games fully compatible.

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