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    Question G55vw

    Hi,
    I have this G55VW-S1025D model, and i was wondering what other type of 3D glasses are compatible besides NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 Wireless. As far as i know my laptop has Built-in Emitter, so, i don't need to buy an emmiter, right?
    And another thing that concerns me> Can i watch a FullHD 3D (Half-SBS i guess it's the right one) movie on my laptop?

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    Laptop (Model)G55VW-3D
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    Memory (part number)G.SKILL RIPJAWZ 2400MHZ (F3-19200CL10Q-32GBZHD)
    Graphics Card #1ASUS STRIX-GTX980-DC2OC-4GD5
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    MonitorDELL U2713HM
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    CPU CoolerSWIFTECH H240-X
    CaseNZXT H440
    Power SupplyTHERMALTAKE TOUGHPOWER XT PLATINUM 1275W
    Keyboard CORSAIR K70 RGB
    Mouse STEELSERIES KINZU V3
    Headset STEELSERIES 9H
    Mouse Pad STEELSERIES QCK+
    Headset/Speakers LOGITECH Z506
    OS WINDOWS 10 PRO AU
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    ag55-3d version has a 3d screen that is 1366x768 max. it doesn't have fullhd capability. non-3d version has fullhd (1920x1080) but no emitter.

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    @NoCyaR, what you have is a "3D-capable" laptop, not "3D-enabled" laptop. The difference is that the "3D-capable" laptop can drive an external 3D display such as a TV, whereas the "3D-enabled" laptop has a 3D panel built in. Your graphics card can drive 120 Hz signals, but the internal monitor won't handle it, so you will have to get an emitter, glasses, and monitor.
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    Thank you!
    This Thread may now R.I.P
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    /Edit: Before you close this, in this case may i ask you again, can i buy any type of (glasses,emmiter) from other company than Nvidia, or i'm forced to buy only that type of glasses (nvidia 2+ their emmiter)?
    Last edited by NoCyaR; 09-23-2013 at 10:02 PM.

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    @NoCyaR, I don't know the answer to that question, but I believe you have to buy stuff compatible with the nVidia system (or your TV, not sure). I'd look on the internet. I don't have 3D stuff, I use my gaming laptop for productive use (software development).
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    Thanks anyway..i will find around the answer.
    Have a nice day

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