NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review :: Test Setup and Hardware

01-11-2009 · Category: Hardware - Misc

By Doc Overclock

NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review


Test System

  • Motherboard: Intel D5400XS
  • CPUs: Dual QX9770 LGA771 3.2GHz
  • Cooling :Swiftech H20-220 Modified
  • Memory: Kingston ECC DDR2 9600 4GB
  • VGA: EVGA GTX280 Ultra Water Cooled Swiftech Custom
  • Case: Custom Skull Trail System and case
  • PSU: CoolerMaster Pure Power Pro 1250W
  • Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 2233rz

This SkullTrail system was custom built for me by Thrasher2 our resident system man and mod god and this is one hell of a fast system. The entire system is custom from its dual water cooling systems to its case exterior and is the most finicky system I have ever had, its either in full ass kick mode or sleeping dog mode as the onboard sound seems to be possessed or something working fine one moment then not working at all the next.

Although it's a bit of a tricky system it's really great for gaming and no game I have installed on it has ever even slowed it down a notch. Intel's new i920 is a good CPU, but for sheer performance in gaming the Skull wins hand down. We used the drivers included in NVIDIA's 3D Vision package and then followed the instructions to get the 3D vision aspect to work, but it was a very simple almost brainless task to get it up and going quickly. The NVIDIA display panel lets you test and confirm that your 3D vision hardware is functioning properly.


NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review
NVDIA Stereoscopic 3D Vision Gaming Review