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Nvidia Updates GPU Drivers for 3D Vision

Posted by: , 05:13 AEDT, Wed March 31, 2010
Tags: 3D, Computing, HD

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New drivers were released yesterday from Nvidia that offer a number of tweaks and new features to better enhance your visual experience when using 3D Vision

Nvidia released some new drivers yesterday that add support for connecting 3-D displays to your notebook. This of course is assuming you have a Nvidia graphics chip in your notebook that is powerful enough to drive a 3-D display.

If you do have a compatible NVIDIA-powered notebook, you can use a 3D projector, DLP HDTV or 120Hz LCD to play over 425 PC games or view movies and digital photographcs in 3D.

You can even connect a full HD 1080p Alienware or ACER LCD display to your notebook for the highest quality stereoscopic experience. This driver kit will also work with the ASUS G51J 3D laptop which has a built-in 3D Vision LCD display.


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