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How to watch 3D movies on Computer with a CINEMA 3D MONITOR

by BulletGone / September 26, 2011 9:06 AM PDT

I'm considering to purchase a Cinema 3D Monitor. My PC currently has a Blu-ray drive. Do I need a special graphic card? What about a software player that play 3D movie?

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AFAIK
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 26, 2011 9:14 AM PDT

You need 3D BluRay software and video cards to match it all up.

FRANKLY? A 3D BD player is cheaper.
Bob

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http://darktips.com/how-to-watch-3d-movies-on-your-computer/
by tmen2110 / May 10, 2012 11:22 PM PDT

Hello, you need to have the necessary 3D video card in order to make this feature running. Nvidia, Asus and MSI sell 3D video cards. You must also ensure that your current system meet the required system requirements. In order to find out if your current settings support the 3D feature. You can visit this site: http://darktips.com/how-to-watch-3d-movies-on-your-computer/.

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