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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 17:53 
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Update it is now official WOOT WOOT WOOT. Might have to return my card haha.

Here is the link.
http://blogs.nvidia.com/ntersect/2010/01/surround-yourself-with-nvidia-3d-vision-technology.html


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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 20:10 
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So found this little article that states this about CES.

"NVIDIA will showcase one GF100 (Fermi) card running Dark Void on three monitors setup, with PhysX effects and 3D Vision enabled."

I know that still means they could be using Matrox but who knows I can't wait to find out.

Here is the link.

http://physxinfo.com/news/


I think they mean 3d like with the 3D glasses ,not multi-monitor
though it would be cool if somehow they cont'd to support Matrox and progressed with the (current) resolution limit that's there using their cards with a DTH2G,unfortunately that might be through their DP edition if at all(just guessing here)


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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 20:12 
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[quote]So found this little article that states this about CES.

"NVIDIA will showcase one GF100 (Fermi) card running Dark Void on three monitors setup, with PhysX effects and 3D Vision enabled."

I know that still means they could be using Matrox but who knows I can't wait to find out.

Here is the link.

http://physxinfo.com/news/


I think they mean 3d like with the 3D glasses ,not multi-monitor
though it would be cool if somehow they cont'd to support Matrox and progressed with the (current) resolution limit that's there using their cards with a DTH2G,unfortunately that might be through their DP edition if at all(just guessing here)


You must have missed the three monitors setup part as well as physx, and 3D Vision.

"one GF100 (Fermi) card running Dark Void on three monitors setup, with PhysX effects and 3D Vision enabled."

lol again this isn't official could just be a rumor so.


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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 20:34 
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[quote][quote]So found this little article that states this about CES.

"NVIDIA will showcase one GF100 (Fermi) card running Dark Void on three monitors setup, with PhysX effects and 3D Vision enabled."

I know that still means they could be using Matrox but who knows I can't wait to find out.

Here is the link.

http://physxinfo.com/news/


I think they mean 3d like with the 3D glasses ,not multi-monitor
though it would be cool if somehow they cont'd to support Matrox and progressed with the (current) resolution limit that's there using their cards with a DTH2G,unfortunately that might be through their DP edition if at all(just guessing here)


You must have missed the three monitors setup part as well as physx, and 3D Vision.

"one GF100 (Fermi) card running Dark Void on three monitors setup, with PhysX effects and 3D Vision enabled."

lol again this isn't official could just be a rumor so.


I did miss that part sorry :oops: (i must have had my 3d glasses on?P) :shock:
I just saw the multi mon. part in another thread/link,cool ,good news if it's true(lets hope it works without 3d too;d)


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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 20:36 
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I did miss that part sorry :oops: (i must have had my 3d glasses on?P) :shock:
I just saw the multi mon. part in another thread/link,cool ,good news if it's true(lets hope it works without 3d too;d)


There is no way they would make that only work with 3D. Seems you have a problem with 3D hahahahaa.


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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 20:43 
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I did miss that part sorry :oops: (i must have had my 3d glasses on?P) :shock:
I just saw the multi mon. part in another thread/link,cool ,good news if it's true(lets hope it works without 3d too;d)


There is no way they would make that only work with 3D. Seems you have a problem with 3D hahahahaa.

maybe I'm like the people that scoff at surround gaming( "bezels get in the way" a big single screen is better" etc) and need to try it(3D)before judging
Then again it might be just gimmicky or and stomach turning :p


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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 21:01 
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the way i understand the nvidia 3d tech, the monitor refresh rate has to be 120hz... pretty sure the matrox hardware cannot handle that, so if this bit of news is true they would have to be running the triple screen on-board.


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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 21:08 
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the way i understand the nvidia 3d tech, the monitor refresh rate has to be 120hz... pretty sure the matrox hardware cannot handle that, so if this bit of news is true they would have to be running the triple screen on-board.



Good point so if this is true "AWESOME"


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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2010, 21:15 
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I Fermi can do multi-mon then this is great news, real competition in the MM market place, win for us users!

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PostPosted: 07 Jan 2010, 06:48 
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I Fermi can do multi-mon then this is great news, real competition in the MM market place, win for us users!


Well I would like to say this is officially great news then. It is now official that it will support surround gaming. HAHAHA SWEET looks like I will be going back to NVIDIA.

http://blogs.nvidia.com/ntersect/2010/01/surround-yourself-with-nvidia-3d-vision-technology.html


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