Amd 3d Vision Driver Download Install Update
With 3D Vision Monitors!! As everyone with an AMD video card will know, there are very limited options for 3D gaming or entertainment.
Of the above only option 2 offers the best experience as you are not limited to HDMI restrictions of p 60 or p However the problem is its almost impossible to find an HD3D certified monitor unlike 3D Vision monitors. However they are expensive and their quality is not what you would call the best.
Moreover, they are no longer supported by Samsung. However, I like I had feared, there was no solution. However I was determined to find a solution as I knew it was not impossible and believed that we required no special monitors for 3D gaming. Since I myself didn't have a capable PC and parts, I sought help from my friend. So all the testing has been done on my friend's rig. Here is what you need: Any AMD video card capable of stereo 3D. I used a dual AMD Crossfire config.
For the best experience 4. A DVI sync stripper with emitter kit 5. Tridef 3D Software Procedure: First of all, for the best experience, you will need to the Xpand Youniversal 3D glasses.
Here is a link to their site: It's available in various sizes too. Then you will need to buy a a 3D emitter kit. You guys must have heard of 3DTV Corp. They have been selling a lot of the 3D products for 3D TV's and stuff. They have a special PC emitter kit which comes with a pair of 3D glasses hence why step 1 is optional , a DVI sync stripper with an IR emitter and some cables. Their website will definitely look very non professional and shady but they are the real deal.
They have excellent support and you get immediate responses. Here is their website: You will need to use one dual link cable to connect the PC to the sync stripper and another one to connect the stripper to the monitor. You get one dual link cable with the kit. You don't need to connect a separate power cable to the emitter's optional power input. Set your desktop resolution to the one you want and the refresh rate to Hz or more.
You will need to buy the Tridef software. Here is the link to get the discounted product: After installation, a display setup control panel will be launched.
In the Monitor type, select Standard display types. In the monitor model option, select Direct 3D Stereo Hz. The sync signal LED should glow green. Place the emitter on top of your monitor or somewhere where your glasses will get unobstructed signal from the emitter. This is true of even 3D Vision technology due to the limitation of IR waves. Now if you have bought the Xpand glasses, download and install Xpand's PC application here: What's really cool about this PC application is that it allows you to fine tune the glasses shutter timings and delays to give the best 3D experience you can get by eliminating ghosting.
More on that later. Activate your 3D glasses by bringing them close to the emitter and switch them on and then wear them. Launch Tridef ignition from the PC and search for installed games and apply appropriate Tridef profile if available and start the game and turn on 3D in game using Tridef keyboard shortcut.
Kindly search online for Tridef tutorials. Enjoy mind blowing 3D! If you see weird 3D effects: The left and right images may be swapped. If you see ghosting: If you have Xpand glasses, you are in luck. You can use the PC application once the glasses are connected to the PC to adjust the opening and closing delays.
Just slide the bars up and down to increase and decrease delay respectively. However this is a trial and error method but once you find the sweet spot, you will love it. If you increase opening delay, but do not increase the closing delay by the same amount, the brightness of the image may decrease.
However you may get an image with less ghosting. If brightness is too low: Increase your Monitor brightness to the Max. If you have heard about lightboost, you will know it was Nvidia's answer to solve dark 3D images. However you require lightboost compatible 3D Vision monitors and an Nvidia card until now.
There have been many hacks to enable lightboost even in 2D mode for CRT like smoothness in picture quality. However they still needed an Nvidia card. However a user from hardforums found a way to get Lightboost working even on Radeons! But you will need to use the monitor with an Nvidia card once for a one time activation of the lightboost feature.
Here is the link to the hack: The result is amazing with brighter 3D gaming and unbelievably smooth 2D gaming. You will need a Lightboost supported monitor for the Lightboost hack My feedback: I am totally mind blown! I can't believe that I had an experience at least as good as Nvidia 3D vision if not better. If Nvidia didn't go about with its monopolistic influence in the 3D monitor market, we AMD users would not have to settle for cheaper options. However now with this method you do not have to make any compromises other than the initial setup and a slightly higher cost compared to Nvidia's solution.
It supports refresh rates up to Hz and also supports Nvidia Lightboost. And it's incredibly cheap too! I am sure at someone will definitely find this useful. And sorry for the really long post. More about ultimate gaming solution amd users vision monitors.
I'm not sure if this method is going to work amazingly, but since I was gifted a VGQE, i'm looking forward to trying this out.
I'll post when i'm done getting all the equipment. Will 1 HD be sufficient for this? Can't find your answer? Hard to find, but was exactly what i was looking for! May i ask you few questions pls? I bought 3x VGQE in eyefinity. And 2x GHZ. If yes, what would i need? Very thanks for the reply! Now i know what i needed thanks to you.
Its a bit easier than cracking Light Boost, sync lost, adapters. A bit disappointing how many difficulties i had and lack of information. Maybe i can use them intead of buying the DVI-D cables?
David Hsu Jul 11, , 9: I was starting to lose hope I hope that I'm writing this at the right place. I followed every step you mentioned above. I have the same 3d kit emitter you said that people should buy, and DVI cables are connected from my computer to this thing and then to my monitor. So my questions is: Why does a message appear in the right hand corner saying "3D is currently deactivated.
Connect to a 3D-compatible screen"? And when I try to activate 3D manually it says that it's on but it ain't and the message in the first question is still on the screen. I would really appreciate an answer.
Mcdonald01 Aug 5, , 9:
Ultimate 3D Gaming Solution for AMD Users !! (With 3D Vision Monitors!!)
With 3D Vision Monitors!! As everyone with an AMD video card will know, there are very limited options for 3D gaming or entertainment. Of the above only option 2 offers the best experience as you are not limited to HDMI restrictions of p 60 or p However the problem is its almost impossible to find an HD3D certified monitor unlike 3D Vision monitors. However they are expensive and their quality is not what you would call the best.
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