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Nvidia 3D Vision Vs. AMD HD3D: 18 Games, Evaluated

Just Cause 2

AMD HD3D and the TriDef Ignition Driver:

Not recommended

Note how the TriDef driver distorts the player's avatar when the image is cross-viewed. This is a really bizarre result that we don't see with any other game using TriDef's Virtual 3D mode.

The TriDef drivers don’t seem to work with this game in normal mode. And, in Virtual 3D, we see a lot of really strange anomalies that we don't see in any other game. The player's avatar is most affected. Therefore, we have to consider this one unplayable using the TriDef Ignition driver.

Nvidia 3D Vision:

Excellent 3D result

This 3D Vision-certified game looks fantastic in 3D.

This game appears to work flawlessly with 3D Vision. It delivers an excellent stereoscopic experience.

  • renick
    nvidia 3d vision is best in all............
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  • Kamab
    Except for the ones where it's not recommended. Good thing I have one on this rig! Now I just got to shell out some cash for some 3D Tech.
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  • the_krasno
    3D is over hyped in my opinion, it will be some more time before games can correctly exploit it.
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  • falchard
    Everytime nVidia pushes out a proprietary format they shoot themselves in the foot. They just can't make it marketable with such a low market share. You need something like Microsofts 90% market share to think about making a closed standard.
    Anyone notice the bevel on the Samsung model. That beautiful for multi-monitor.
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  • Scanlia
    Great comprehensive review! Loved it.
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  • alyoshka
    Nice one, and really long awaited.
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  • i tried Tridef in EVE online, absolutely stunning. :)
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  • SteelCity1981
    During preliminary testing, we noticed that a decent Phenom II X4 had some trouble providing smooth frame rates, and mid-level graphics cards were cut down to their knees

    Time for Bulldozer!!!
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  • assassin123
    i loved it great review keep it up
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  • RazberyBandit
    Would it kill Tom's to use high-resolution pop-up pics? It's nearly impossible to discern any differences in detail or artifacts when comparing such low-resolution images. C'mon...1024 x 317? Seriously?
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