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They are only designed to work with NVIDIA graphics cards. I have heard there might be hacks out there to get Radeons to work but I wouldn't recommend it. The technology is hard enough to get to work with NVIDIA cards I can only imagine how hard it would be to get an unsupported card to work :)
Apr 20, 2013 by Mythris9
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Hi, Sorry, it should be used with nVidia graphics card. please see 3d vision system requirements in following link: http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-system-requirements.html
Jun 5, 2014 by BC
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The kit works with some 3d projectors see this (http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-displays.html) I don't know about ATI Radeon will the kit works with it or not
Jul 26, 2013 by AbdulelahAljoker
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Only if the monitor has 3D capability. Here's a link to check if your television is supported: http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-system-requirements.html
Aug 14, 2014 by Leonardaj
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Your monitor must have 120 hz display or it will not work, it is unlikely that your laptop has this. If you hook it into a monitor with 120 hz you can use that.
Feb 18, 2014 by Agent Smashing
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Yes, but not any 3-D display, you can see supported 3-d displays in links below: http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-displays.html and http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-system-requirements.html As my experience, I had 3-d display which is SAMSUNG S23A950D LED 3D, but not support """""""3d vision""""""" The screen that support 3d vision you must see a tag of NVIDIA 3D VISION READY on it. I loose money, after I fail to make that screen to work with NVIDIA 3D VISION 2 KIT, then I buy ASUS VG278HE 27-Inch Screen LED-lit LCD Monitor from amazon and I enjoy with 3d experience. Just be careful, and choose any monitor you like (I like ASUS) from links I gave it to you and you will be fine. There is an ASUS display that comes with built-in 3d vision 2 which is "ASUS VG278H" if you like. see all options of displays before you decide. also, consider other requirement in addition to 3D VISION 2 KIT such as 3d vision-Ready display (be careful; 3d vision-Ready not only 3D) + compatible NVIDIA GeForce Card + windows vista or higher + other information in the link I gave you; http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-system-requirements.html hope this solve your question Thank you for asking. Regards,
Jul 12, 2013 by BC
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A general comparison doesn't show much difference between the two: the GTX770 is larger (one inch longer) and, has higher, minimum power requirements (the GTX760 requires a minimum 500W power supply and the GTX770 requires a 600W minimum power supply). The connectors for the supplemental power to the graphic cards are different also; the GTX760 requires a minimum 12V @ 20 amps and has 2 6-pin connectors, the GTX770 requires both one 6-pin and one 8-pin connector. I don't like playing around with minimums because there usually are performance problems involved when pushing limitations. I would use at least a 750W power supply with the GTX760 and a 900W with the GTX770. Unfortunately, without knowing what you intend to use your system for ie. gaming, 3D, SLI, general computing, it is difficult to make a strong recommendation. In answering your question, I see no significant advantage for the 770 over the 760. Here's a link to help: http://www.nvidia.com/content/HelpMeChoose/fx2/HelpMeChoose.asp?lang=en-us
Jan 27, 2014 by Leonardaj
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You have to buy their glasses. Passive glasses won't work and I've tried Sony Active glasses and they won't work either. BUT...they are WELL worth it! I've used Sony, Panasonic and various others at friends' houses and the NVidia glasses are by far the best. These things blow the movie theaters out of the water. Everything is crystal clear and not fuzzy like at the movie theaters. They do make the image a little darker but the active glasses do that so we save 3D movies for at night for better viewing. There are displays out there that will compensate for the darkness of 3D movies and automatically adjust based on what glasses you are using but I haven't bought one of those displays yet. Still happy with my Samsung 67" LED DLP Rear Projection TV so I'll be keeping that until it goes to the great junkyard in the sky lol. Anyway, these glasses rock! Hope that helps.
Oct 28, 2013 by Sparky
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What is an emitter? Nov 1, 2014
please see the following link: https://www.google.com.sa/search?q=nvidia%20emitter&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&channel=nts&gfe_rd=cr&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=Ww1VVO2xAcataZXngdgI#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=rbYSpB9vz-1ukM%253A%3BRngghzx8SJITEM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fblogs.adobe.com%252Fdavtechtable%252Ffiles%252F2010%252F08%252Fnvidia_3d_vision_ir_emitter_front.jpg%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fblogs.adobe.com%252Fdavtechtable%252F2010%252F08%3B440%3B330
Nov 1, 2014 by BC
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