Leaked 256 driver supports 3D Vision Surround
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Just thought you guys might like to know. ;)

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Just thought you guys might like to know. ;)



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#1
Posted 05/22/2010 07:43 AM   
Just thought you guys might like to know. ;)

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Just thought you guys might like to know. ;)



http://micahlee.homeserver.com/3dvs%20in%20256%20leak.JPG

#2
Posted 05/22/2010 07:43 AM   
And for those of you who can't try it for yourself, check this out in your 3DV Photo Viewer.
And for those of you who can't try it for yourself, check this out in your 3DV Photo Viewer.

#3
Posted 05/22/2010 07:59 AM   
And for those of you who can't try it for yourself, check this out in your 3DV Photo Viewer.
And for those of you who can't try it for yourself, check this out in your 3DV Photo Viewer.

#4
Posted 05/22/2010 07:59 AM   
Dude plz link the drivers.... 64 bit plz, my hardware is ready to go with surround
Dude plz link the drivers.... 64 bit plz, my hardware is ready to go with surround

#5
Posted 05/22/2010 08:06 AM   
Dude plz link the drivers.... 64 bit plz, my hardware is ready to go with surround
Dude plz link the drivers.... 64 bit plz, my hardware is ready to go with surround

#6
Posted 05/22/2010 08:06 AM   
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059771' date='May 22 2010, 01:06 AM']Dude plz link the drivers.... 64 bit plz, my hardware is ready to go with surround[/quote]
If the 64 bit driver leaked I wouldn't have had to spend an hour loading a 32 bit OS! At least now that I've seen it I can rest easy knowing that when NV finally polishes it enough to release it to the masses it's going to be amazing.
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059771' date='May 22 2010, 01:06 AM']Dude plz link the drivers.... 64 bit plz, my hardware is ready to go with surround

If the 64 bit driver leaked I wouldn't have had to spend an hour loading a 32 bit OS! At least now that I've seen it I can rest easy knowing that when NV finally polishes it enough to release it to the masses it's going to be amazing.

#7
Posted 05/22/2010 08:12 AM   
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059771' date='May 22 2010, 01:06 AM']Dude plz link the drivers.... 64 bit plz, my hardware is ready to go with surround[/quote]
If the 64 bit driver leaked I wouldn't have had to spend an hour loading a 32 bit OS! At least now that I've seen it I can rest easy knowing that when NV finally polishes it enough to release it to the masses it's going to be amazing.
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059771' date='May 22 2010, 01:06 AM']Dude plz link the drivers.... 64 bit plz, my hardware is ready to go with surround

If the 64 bit driver leaked I wouldn't have had to spend an hour loading a 32 bit OS! At least now that I've seen it I can rest easy knowing that when NV finally polishes it enough to release it to the masses it's going to be amazing.

#8
Posted 05/22/2010 08:12 AM   
your kidding!

damn it....

So how is it anyway, performance good?

What rig are you running?

Do those drivers enable regular surround?
your kidding!



damn it....



So how is it anyway, performance good?



What rig are you running?



Do those drivers enable regular surround?

#9
Posted 05/22/2010 08:17 AM   
your kidding!

damn it....

So how is it anyway, performance good?

What rig are you running?

Do those drivers enable regular surround?
your kidding!



damn it....



So how is it anyway, performance good?



What rig are you running?



Do those drivers enable regular surround?

#10
Posted 05/22/2010 08:17 AM   
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059778' date='May 22 2010, 01:17 AM']your kidding!

damn it....

So how is it anyway, performance good?

What rig are you running?

Do those drivers enable regular surround?[/quote]
Yes the drivers enable regular surround. Just like before, 3D Vision is an option that can be enabled or disabled at any time.

I have to say it's pretty damn amazing. The significant investment will likely prove worthwhile as the library of 3DVS games opens up.

In terms of performance, I'd say don't expect miracles. You have to remember that 3x displays in 3D surround is 6x the pixels of a regular single display non-3d setup. That's a pretty huge performance requirement. My rig is an i7 at 4.4GHz and dual GTX 480's and BFBC2 was [i]mostly[/i] playable with AA and HBAO turned off (everything else maxed out). Hopefully 3DVS will support 3-way SLI because it can use all the help it can get.
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059778' date='May 22 2010, 01:17 AM']your kidding!



damn it....



So how is it anyway, performance good?



What rig are you running?



Do those drivers enable regular surround?

Yes the drivers enable regular surround. Just like before, 3D Vision is an option that can be enabled or disabled at any time.



I have to say it's pretty damn amazing. The significant investment will likely prove worthwhile as the library of 3DVS games opens up.



In terms of performance, I'd say don't expect miracles. You have to remember that 3x displays in 3D surround is 6x the pixels of a regular single display non-3d setup. That's a pretty huge performance requirement. My rig is an i7 at 4.4GHz and dual GTX 480's and BFBC2 was mostly playable with AA and HBAO turned off (everything else maxed out). Hopefully 3DVS will support 3-way SLI because it can use all the help it can get.

#11
Posted 05/22/2010 08:40 AM   
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059778' date='May 22 2010, 01:17 AM']your kidding!

damn it....

So how is it anyway, performance good?

What rig are you running?

Do those drivers enable regular surround?[/quote]
Yes the drivers enable regular surround. Just like before, 3D Vision is an option that can be enabled or disabled at any time.

I have to say it's pretty damn amazing. The significant investment will likely prove worthwhile as the library of 3DVS games opens up.

In terms of performance, I'd say don't expect miracles. You have to remember that 3x displays in 3D surround is 6x the pixels of a regular single display non-3d setup. That's a pretty huge performance requirement. My rig is an i7 at 4.4GHz and dual GTX 480's and BFBC2 was [i]mostly[/i] playable with AA and HBAO turned off (everything else maxed out). Hopefully 3DVS will support 3-way SLI because it can use all the help it can get.
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059778' date='May 22 2010, 01:17 AM']your kidding!



damn it....



So how is it anyway, performance good?



What rig are you running?



Do those drivers enable regular surround?

Yes the drivers enable regular surround. Just like before, 3D Vision is an option that can be enabled or disabled at any time.



I have to say it's pretty damn amazing. The significant investment will likely prove worthwhile as the library of 3DVS games opens up.



In terms of performance, I'd say don't expect miracles. You have to remember that 3x displays in 3D surround is 6x the pixels of a regular single display non-3d setup. That's a pretty huge performance requirement. My rig is an i7 at 4.4GHz and dual GTX 480's and BFBC2 was mostly playable with AA and HBAO turned off (everything else maxed out). Hopefully 3DVS will support 3-way SLI because it can use all the help it can get.

#12
Posted 05/22/2010 08:40 AM   
How is the performance of regular surround?

Is it worth me doing a dual boot and installing 32bit?
How is the performance of regular surround?



Is it worth me doing a dual boot and installing 32bit?

#13
Posted 05/22/2010 08:47 AM   
How is the performance of regular surround?

Is it worth me doing a dual boot and installing 32bit?
How is the performance of regular surround?



Is it worth me doing a dual boot and installing 32bit?

#14
Posted 05/22/2010 08:47 AM   
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059788' date='May 22 2010, 01:47 AM']How is the performance of regular surround?

Is it worth me doing a dual boot and installing 32bit?[/quote]
Performance of regular surround is great. With two 480's you can pretty much max most games. Maybe not Metro 2033.

I wouldn't bother going through the hassle to dual boot. I'm sure the x64 drivers will leak out here soon.

Have to share one more screenie.
[quote name='johnyz333' post='1059788' date='May 22 2010, 01:47 AM']How is the performance of regular surround?



Is it worth me doing a dual boot and installing 32bit?

Performance of regular surround is great. With two 480's you can pretty much max most games. Maybe not Metro 2033.



I wouldn't bother going through the hassle to dual boot. I'm sure the x64 drivers will leak out here soon.



Have to share one more screenie.

#15
Posted 05/22/2010 09:04 AM   
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