NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround

NVIDIA 3D Vision has been around for while, and most gamers are now used to the fact that 3D is here to stay. 3D Vision Surround on the other hand, is a new feature that offers stereoscopic 3D gaming across three Full HD monitors. Think a total resolution of 5760x1080 in 3D! However, do note that an SLI setup is required as a single NVIDIA card today can only drive up to two displays simultaneously.
Although NVIDIA has made 3D Vision surround available for older cards via a driver upgrade, the improved performance of the newer Fermi cards (GeForce GTX 480 and above) makes them more suitable for 3D Vision Surround. Remember, with 3D, each scene needs to be rendered twice to create the perception of depth. So for 3D Vision Surround with three monitors, each scene needs to be rendered six times.You'll also need three 3D-ready 120Hz monitors, so it would be fair to say that such a setup is going to cost a fair bit.

One is in need of a 3D compatible video display unit so as to use the Nvidia 3D vision gaming utility.It may have an impact on the expenditure that you have to make while you are purchasing all the required items. Samsung Synchmaster that we used is a study VDU that can be even used as a plain and ordinary computer monitor.

We satisfied our desire of playing with few virtual zombies that made us terrified by means of the 3D technology. The game that we played Left 4 Dead was a great pick to get the Nvidia gaming activity going! When you feel this experience you would get to know that all of a sudden your monitor is not the mere idle VDU box that it is! It suddenly gets life and hits you hard with the bulgy and captivating visual appeal.