NVIDIA releases drivers for 3D Vision Surround

by: John -
More On: GeForce 3D Vision
At CES, NVIDIA demoed three displays running in 3D using GeForce GTX 480 cards and the GeForce 3D Vision setup. Well, now you guys can do it at home as NVIDIA just released the drivers to support this. I've been having a lot of fun with NVIDIA's GeForce 3D Vision on my PC at home and it's a great way to play some of the games out there.

Make no bones about it though, you're going to invest a lot in the setup. You'll need 3 monitors that are capable of 120Hz such as a Samsung 2233RZ or Acer GD235HZ. You'll also need a few GeForce Fermi cards and finally, a pretty powerful CPU. When you think about how much you're going to have to spend, it can be pretty daunting but the effect from the setup is pretty cool.

Check out the video from NVIDIA below where they have Burnout: Paradise running at 5760x1080, which offers up a lot more viewing area and in full 3D. You can also read their blog post for more details.

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