GTX680 3d does not work in 1080p @ 24hz
I ran the stereoscopic 3d setup in the nvidia control panel and it defaults to 1280 x 720 @ 60Hz. Under display resolutions I see 1920 x 1080 24Hz but when I set to it, I get a black screen and then it goes back to the old resolution. I am using the 301.32 dev drivers.

My setup is gtx680->Pioneer VSX 920->Samsung PN50C7000 3d tv
I ran the stereoscopic 3d setup in the nvidia control panel and it defaults to 1280 x 720 @ 60Hz. Under display resolutions I see 1920 x 1080 24Hz but when I set to it, I get a black screen and then it goes back to the old resolution. I am using the 301.32 dev drivers.



My setup is gtx680->Pioneer VSX 920->Samsung PN50C7000 3d tv

#1
Posted 05/01/2012 03:08 AM   
Looks like a growing list of compatibility/performance issues mounting with the GTX 680 with 3D Vision. Sounds like Nvidia has some work to do with their Kepler driver code. Problems I've read to-date with GTX 680 and 3D Vision:

[list]

[*]1) Unable to set 3D to 1920x1080@24Hz.
[*]2) Incompatible with HeliX mod.
[*]3) Less than 50% performance with a single GPU (SLI performance may be OK).
[*]4) No longer able to make 3D Vision registry changes (may be for all GPUs after R300 drivers).
[/list]
Looks like a growing list of compatibility/performance issues mounting with the GTX 680 with 3D Vision. Sounds like Nvidia has some work to do with their Kepler driver code. Problems I've read to-date with GTX 680 and 3D Vision:






  • 1) Unable to set 3D to 1920x1080@24Hz.
  • 2) Incompatible with HeliX mod.
  • 3) Less than 50% performance with a single GPU (SLI performance may be OK).
  • 4) No longer able to make 3D Vision registry changes (may be for all GPUs after R300 drivers).

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#2
Posted 05/01/2012 12:18 PM   
[quote name='chiz' date='01 May 2012 - 07:18 AM' timestamp='1335874732' post='1402990']
Looks like a growing list of compatibility/performance issues mounting with the GTX 680 with 3D Vision. Sounds like Nvidia has some work to do with their Kepler driver code. Problems I've read to-date with GTX 680 and 3D Vision:

[list]

[*]1) Unable to set 3D to 1920x1080@24Hz.
[*]2) Incompatible with HeliX mod.
[*]3) Less than 50% performance with a single GPU (SLI performance may be OK).
[*]4) No longer able to make 3D Vision registry changes (may be for all GPUs after R300 drivers).
[/list]
[/quote]


I have some good news now. With 301.25 beta drivers, I can now game in 1920 x 1080 24Hz and 3dvision works. I only tried Battlefield 3 and the framerates were pretty good.
Powerdvd will play 3d blurays at 1080p 24Hz if I set the resolution first in the nvidia control panel. If I dont do that, screen goes blank when it tries to activate 3d.
Also earlier I was not able to test stereoscopic 3d from the control panel at 1080p. With these drivers I can run the test at 1920 x 1080 24hz.
[quote name='chiz' date='01 May 2012 - 07:18 AM' timestamp='1335874732' post='1402990']

Looks like a growing list of compatibility/performance issues mounting with the GTX 680 with 3D Vision. Sounds like Nvidia has some work to do with their Kepler driver code. Problems I've read to-date with GTX 680 and 3D Vision:






  • 1) Unable to set 3D to 1920x1080@24Hz.
  • 2) Incompatible with HeliX mod.
  • 3) Less than 50% performance with a single GPU (SLI performance may be OK).
  • 4) No longer able to make 3D Vision registry changes (may be for all GPUs after R300 drivers).








I have some good news now. With 301.25 beta drivers, I can now game in 1920 x 1080 24Hz and 3dvision works. I only tried Battlefield 3 and the framerates were pretty good.

Powerdvd will play 3d blurays at 1080p 24Hz if I set the resolution first in the nvidia control panel. If I dont do that, screen goes blank when it tries to activate 3d.

Also earlier I was not able to test stereoscopic 3d from the control panel at 1080p. With these drivers I can run the test at 1920 x 1080 24hz.

#3
Posted 05/01/2012 01:42 PM   
[quote name='tornaman' date='01 May 2012 - 08:42 AM' timestamp='1335879778' post='1403015']
I have some good news now. With 301.25 beta drivers, I can now game in 1920 x 1080 24Hz and 3dvision works. I only tried Battlefield 3 and the framerates were pretty good.
Powerdvd will play 3d blurays at 1080p 24Hz if I set the resolution first in the nvidia control panel. If I dont do that, screen goes blank when it tries to activate 3d.
Also earlier I was not able to test stereoscopic 3d from the control panel at 1080p. With these drivers I can run the test at 1920 x 1080 24hz.
[/quote]
I have the same setup and I'm getting a black screen red lettering 3d hdmi not compatible with 1920x1080 60hz. I've tried both 1080p 24hz and 720p 60hz same message. I have the latest firmware update
[quote name='tornaman' date='01 May 2012 - 08:42 AM' timestamp='1335879778' post='1403015']

I have some good news now. With 301.25 beta drivers, I can now game in 1920 x 1080 24Hz and 3dvision works. I only tried Battlefield 3 and the framerates were pretty good.

Powerdvd will play 3d blurays at 1080p 24Hz if I set the resolution first in the nvidia control panel. If I dont do that, screen goes blank when it tries to activate 3d.

Also earlier I was not able to test stereoscopic 3d from the control panel at 1080p. With these drivers I can run the test at 1920 x 1080 24hz.



I have the same setup and I'm getting a black screen red lettering 3d hdmi not compatible with 1920x1080 60hz. I've tried both 1080p 24hz and 720p 60hz same message. I have the latest firmware update

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#4
Posted 06/03/2012 06:03 AM   
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