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    Sony playstation 3D display on PC

    I figured I would put this in the linux area. I have the 24 inch playstation 3D display that I used for my PS3. I now us it for my new PC with Nvidia graphics card. Is there any drivers yet for this display? I am stuck using generic drivers that only give 60hz refresh rate and 30hz refresh rate in 3D. this monitor is quite old. Cant sony on at least nvidia just make a driver for it?

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    http://community.us.playstation.com/.../td-p/36425449

    This leads to the next link:
    http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...esh-rates.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aliens36 View Post
    I figured I would put this in the linux area. I have the 24 inch playstation 3D display that I used for my PS3. I now us it for my new PC with Nvidia graphics card. Is there any drivers yet for this display? I am stuck using generic drivers that only give 60hz refresh rate and 30hz refresh rate in 3D. this monitor is quite old. Cant sony on at least nvidia just make a driver for it?
    i'm confused. are you looking for 3D support in Linux or just getting it to work on your pc?

    if you are looking for the latter, your best bet would likely be using 3DTV Play, which will limit you to 720p60 or 1080p24 framepacking mode over HDMI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgnome View Post
    i'm confused. are you looking for 3D support in Linux or just getting it to work on your pc?

    if you are looking for the latter, your best bet would likely be using 3DTV Play, which will limit you to 720p60 or 1080p24 framepacking mode over HDMI.
    I am not looking for actual support. I can get it to work. I am looking for an actual driver made for the sony playstation display if one is made. When I connect the display now it works but uses a generic driver that only allows 60hz refresh rate when the actual monitor is capable of 240hz. I was hoping that there would be a specific driver made for the monitor so it can use its full refresh rate.
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    Thanks for the second link OoZic!

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