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3 years ago#1
I'm not nearly as clued up on how this tech works as I should be, so I'm looking for some advice.

Currently, my setup uses a 670ftw, the DVI ports output to a dual monitor setup, and the HDMI port outputs to a large 3DTV.

I am trying to find out if this setup would be an issue, as in does the 3DTV Play require using a DVI port, using a DVI to HDMI cable to connect to the TV, and then presumably a HDMI to DVI to connect to the second monitor, or is it fine as it is?
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3 years ago#2
I know 3DTV play does work with just a single HDMI wire. I've used it with a 465 with just that wire. My only complaint is that while using the 3d with just this single HDMI, I'm limited to 30 HZ. I have a Samsung 7000 series.
3 years ago#3
You can go to 60hz at 720p though, correct?
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3 years ago#4
WeaponX1138 posted...
You can go to 60hz at 720p though, correct?


Yes.
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3 years ago#5
gastaman posted...
WeaponX1138 posted...
You can go to 60hz at 720p though, correct?


Yes.


Yup, I forgot you can change the resolution.
3 years ago#6
That's excellent then. Since I don't need any additional cables or reorganising, I'll download their software on the 14 day trial and give it a go.

Thanks for the info, peeps.
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