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Yes but the computer might shut down due to swag overload.
By Agent Smashing on December 26, 2014
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The only difference is the glasses. The emitter, software, etc. are all the same. I own both Gen 1 and 2 and the 3D is the same for both. Gen 2 is more comfortable and has a wider field of view. I wear corrective lens glasses and the Gen 2 fit over them with no problem.
By Kevin on June 22, 2015
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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 :)
By Amazon Customer on April 20, 2013
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Hi,
Sorry, it should be used with nVidia graphics card.
please see 3d vision system requirements in following link:… see more
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 see less

By BC on June 6, 2014
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not as far as i can tell .
By Kindle Customer on January 28, 2014
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yes
By Coastie-Tech SELLER on February 10, 2016
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Yep. I use Samsung 3D TV glasses on mine.
By cladlow on February 22, 2016
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Expanding upon SeinfeldJoeIV's post, a refresh rate of at least 120Mhz and it has to be 3D Vision Ready. It will also allow you to watch Blu-Ray movies in 3d (provided the format is in 3d and you have the right software to do so). Requirements are as follows:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-system-requirements.html

By Richard Hill on February 21, 2017
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Oh so that's what that weird cable was in the box. Yup it's there!
By Nate Dogg on February 2, 2016
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No, they are for a 3D computer monitor.
By Allen Hinkle on January 26, 2015