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Siamak8286
09-06-2011, 08:54 PM
Can someone please confirm if G53SX-XT1 Model Support Nvidia 3D Glasses or Glassless 3D, if not which EXACT model for the G53SX does and please link me the place to buy it, i've been talking to ASUS Customer support for 45 min and none of the Asus ppl seem to know the answer to this question.
here is the link to the one im trying to buy:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=637425&CatId=4938

iraqiboy90
09-06-2011, 10:06 PM
If you have a Full HD screen, then you will not have the naked eye 3d on the G53sx.
The 3D with the glasses is supported on G74SX-3de screens.
If you want the 15,6" size laptop with real 3D screen, then you have to go with the G53JW-3de. click here (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Asus-G53JW-3DE-Laptop-i7-740QM-6GB-750G-W7HP-BD-Combo-/220689563335?pt=Laptops_Nov05&hash=item33621f7ec7)
The naked eye 3d is not that kind of 3D, so, what exatly do you want, the naked eye or the real 3D?

Siamak8286
09-06-2011, 10:17 PM
How about G53SX-A1? can i use Nvidia 3D glasses on that model?

xeromist
09-06-2011, 10:59 PM
How about G53SX-A1? can i use Nvidia 3D glasses on that model?

No, you would need a model that is "3D ready". Also, my understanding is that the only models with emitters for the glasses are the ones with 3DE in the model number.

manu72
09-07-2011, 12:42 PM
Aye, look for the models with 3DE in the name OR you can also look for the 3d glasses in the specs. If the laptop comes with the glasses it is 3d for sure. If not, NO
For example my notebook didn't had the 3DE in name as you can see in my sig, still it had glasses and a 120hz 3d panel

jorlanm
09-07-2011, 01:55 PM
Everyone can get Glass free 3D soon..

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Lenticular-IFA-3D-Vaio-VPCSE1Z9E,13362.html

And you dont even need a 120hz monitor...

Hamster
10-01-2011, 08:11 AM
If you have a Full HD screen, then you will not have the naked eye 3d on the G53sx.
The 3D with the glasses is supported on G74SX-3de screens.
If you want the 15,6" size laptop with real 3D screen, then you have to go with the G53JW-3de. click here (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Asus-G53JW-3DE-Laptop-i7-740QM-6GB-750G-W7HP-BD-Combo-/220689563335?pt=Laptops_Nov05&hash=item33621f7ec7)
The naked eye 3d is not that kind of 3D, so, what exatly do you want, the naked eye or the real 3D?


So the G53SX-XT1 has no naked eye 3d or real 3d?

Chastity@ASUS
10-02-2011, 04:22 PM
Naked Eye 3D is not available in North America. There will be a 3DE version available, but it hasn't been released yet.

eriemuscovy
11-24-2011, 04:53 PM
Does anyone know if the G53SX-XT1 model has 3D in any way, shape, or form? Based on the ASUS website and from replies from ASUS staff in this forum, it appears that all G53SX models have 3D, either with glasses (Nvidia 3D vision) or Naked-eye 3D. I just want to know if this particular model is 3D capable or not.

To ASUS: if all models of G53SX do not have 3D, you should change your website to indicate this. A happy customer is a repeat customer. An annoyed customer is a lost customer.

Thank you

xeromist
11-29-2011, 12:08 AM
Does anyone know if the G53SX-XT1 model has 3D in any way, shape, or form? Based on the ASUS website and from replies from ASUS staff in this forum, it appears that all G53SX models have 3D, either with glasses (Nvidia 3D vision) or Naked-eye 3D. I just want to know if this particular model is 3D capable or not.

To ASUS: if all models of G53SX do not have 3D, you should change your website to indicate this. A happy customer is a repeat customer. An annoyed customer is a lost customer.

Thank you

As Chastity indicated above, Naked Eye is not available in North America. The ASUS ROG website(http://rog.asus.com/products/nb/G53SX.htm) only indicates that the G53SX has variants offering 3D Vision and Naked Eye, not that all variants support Naked Eye.

dstrakele
11-30-2011, 05:44 AM
Unless you have a 120 hz refresh rate on your laptop display, I'm afraid you're outta luck. We hope you recover and look forward to hear back from you tomorrow.....

BrodyBoy
11-30-2011, 07:10 AM
Whether that will work to enable 3d viewing on my g53sx-xt1 laptop remains to be seen.
Nvidia 3D Vision requires the glasses and a 3D-compatible display. The non-3D G-series laptops don't have that display built in. You can output to a 3D-capable external monitor/TV, as you've already discovered, and get 3D viewing.

BrodyBoy
12-02-2011, 02:36 AM
Havent been able to test yet because I'm on prescription pain meds for my ear infection and in no condition to drive to buy 3d kit. Hopefully will be better within another day or so to continue testing. Will update.
Hmm....I think the meds are getting to you, 'cause you already tested... ;)



But yes, it absolutely does have 3d support, but by this, I mean I was able to hook it up to my 3d tv via hdmi, and test the 3d game play for Crysis 2, which I was able to play in 3d, using my 3d tv as an external monitor.

I was also able to use the blu ray DVD player on my laptop to watch the Harry Potter, deadly hallows pt 2 movie in 3d, again using my 3d enabled tv as an external monitor.

What's left unanswered?

mephiska
12-02-2011, 04:27 PM
You need 120hz because the 3d technology works by showing you two different images, alternating in sync with the shutter glasses to present you with a complete 3D image at an effective 60hz. Half of the 120hz is showing you an image for your left eye, and the other half is showing you what your right eye should see, thus 60hz effectively.

dstrakele
12-19-2011, 05:44 PM
If it works-- and it should, then $49 seems like a pretty cheap upgrade for 3D.

Replacing a laptop display is a fairly advanced DIY procedure. Don't forget to factor in about a couple hundred dollars of your time unless you do it for a living...

ANdjelo100
01-13-2013, 07:53 PM
I have one question: I have asus G53sw laptop and I want 3d screen. Is it possible to change my screen with Asus g53sx-3d?

Zygomorphic
01-15-2013, 01:12 AM
Probably not worth it. At the work that entails, I would advise simply getting a new G55VW-3D. Alternately, use an external monitor.