Well the winner of this month's contest is going to be happier.
I certainly would consider 3D gaming but my current system will not really support it very well. Mostly it is a matter of cost for me.
"Color us curious--how many of you have played with or are considering a 3D setup? Is there a specific ability or feature you're waiting for, or is it a matter of cost and desktop space? "
Its a matter of who wins the contest... :D
I would like to see the results of 6990 and 590 redone using these drivers. I may use ATI currently, and have a lot in the past, but we gotta keep that poker hot on ATI's butt lol!
I use a 32 inch led tv as a monitor. i was going to get 3d but the biggest screen i could find was 22 i think and i wanted bigger. If you are going to run 3d then its best on a bigger screen
Hmm... Looks like FarCry and Batman are sadly out of the loop in terms of performance updates.
Sad, I thought they would at least have a 150% performance increase then normal...
Still, good driver release by NVIDIA!
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the price woul,d have to drop for me to play 3d content
my system would handle it fine but to go 3d i would want the whole works tv/all the apps and a 55 inch screen
that means i need two now so lets see who wins the contest
Any form of 3d that requires me to wear glasses is instantly out. With my eye problems they give me a pretty nasty headache inside of 15 minutes, on top of looking like a total dork wearing two pairs of glasses. Asymmetric 3d works fine since it doesn't need glasses, but currently only hand held devices are planned that use those panels.
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Glad to see nV still pushing out the new driver releases... but come on. These particular benchmarks show an increase for the top of the line gaming hardware, which is about 1 or 2 percent of actual PC gamers.
I've seen the demos in stores for 3D stuff. Never been slightly impressed with it, can't see the advantage it really offers in terms of playing a game. There is a little "wow" factor, but they'd have to give it to me to get me to try it on a more consistant basis. Otherwise, I'm perfectly satisfied with the games that are being produced without it.
I've experimented with iZ3d's red-cyan anaglyph driver and it's ok. I really want to see how 3d technology has improved over the past years. It's cool that nvidia is really focusing on experience as well as performance!
I'm not sure why you'd think Far Cry or Batman would still be heavily optimized. Far Cry 2 is 2.5 years old; Batman: AA is 1.5 years old. They both run well on older game hardware.
wow quite impressive driver update
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