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NVIDIA 3D Vision Bundle - Samsung 2233RZ + 3D Vision Glasses £387.69 @ Eclipse Computers
NVIDIA 3D Vision Bundle - Samsung 2233RZ + 3D Vision Glasses £387.69 @ Eclipse Computers

NVIDIA 3D Vision Bundle - Samsung 2233RZ + 3D Vision Glasses £387.69 @ Eclipse Computers

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Tired of living in a 2D world? Upgrade your PC to a fully immersive stereoscopic 3D gaming experience with NVIDIA® GeForce® 3D Vision and Samsung® SyncMaster 2233RZ 120Hz LCD bundle. GeForce 3D Vision is a combination of high-tech wireless glasses and advanced software that transforms hundreds of PC games, 3D movies, and digital photographs into an eye popping, interactive experience.

High Tech Design
Custom engineered, active LCD shutter glasses with built-in electronics were designed to pair with 120Hz LCD displays like the Samsung SyncMaster 2233RZ.

Unmatched Comfort and Style
Wireless 3D glasses, designed after modern sunglasses, are comfortable, lightweight, and fully adjustable.

Instant immersion
Automatic installation, device detection, and setup get you into the action in minutes, with support for hundreds of DirectX® games.

Samsung SyncMaster
Blazing fast LCD 120 Hz refresh rate
120Hz refresh and low GtG time deliver superior response times for gaming, giving GeForce gamers a competitive edge. Until now, gaming enthusiasts looked to CRT technology for absolute fastest response-times and immediate feedback which traditional LCD monitors could not deliver.

Gaming realism like never before
With frame rates up to 120fps, Samsung 120Hz LCD monitors provide a gateway to new levels of visual quality and realistic motion like never before. Plus, 120Hz pushes the maximum realizable frame rate so you can get the most of your GeForce graphics performance.

NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision-Ready LCD
NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision-Ready certification ensures a quality user experience by putting each component through a rigorous series of tests including diagnostics, benchmarking, burn in, and interoperability. Only components that pass NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision certification can be called "GeForce 3D Vision-Ready" Be sure to look for products that carry the GeForce 3D Vision Ready Badge for the absolute best Stereoscopic 3D experience.

Stunning widescreen monitor design
Everything you see becomes perfectly clear with an amazing 1680x1050 resolution. Complimented with a slim, stylish design, this widescreen is a perfect fit no matter where you use it.

20,000:1 ultra high dynamic contrast ratio
The contrast between light and dark colors on the screen is what makes images stand out. The bigger the difference between light and dark images, the more vibrant images will appear. With a dynamic contrast ratio of 20000:1 youll enjoy sharper image quality thats sure to catch your eye.

3ms fast response time
Response time refers to the amount of time it takes a pixel to "refresh" itself-to go from being active to being inactive. A fast 3ms response time virtually eliminates blurring, making this monitor perfect for enjoying PC games and all of your digital entertainment.

Windows Vista Certification
Premium certification is reserved only for products proven to take full advantage of everything the Microsoft® Windows Vista operating system offers.

GeForce 3D Vision
Convert standard DirectX games into stereoscopic 3D
Advanced NVIDIA software automatically converts over 350 games to stereoscopic 3D without the need for special game patches.

Highest quality stereoscopic 3D solution
High tech active shutter glasses, designed with top-of-the-line optics deliver 2X the resolution per eye and ultra-wide viewing angles.

Support for new pure 120 Hz LCD monitors
Unlocks crystal-clear, flicker-free stereoscopic 3D gaming, enabling 60 Hz per eye.

Maximum 3D Ready display flexibility
Designed for DLP® 1080p HDTVs, pure 120 Hz LCD monitors, and DepthQ HD 3D projectors, unlocking crystal-clear, flicker-free stereoscopic 3D gaming and multiple viewing solutions.

Designed for comfort and style
Comfortable to wear and modeled after modern sunglasses, offering a stylish and lightweight alternative to traditional 3D glasses.

Wear over your prescription glasses
Ensures that users with corrective eyewear can view fully immersive stereoscopic 3D. In addition adjustable nose pieces ensure a custom fit for each user.

High power wireless infrared communication
Fully untethered solution, offering free range of motion and up to 15 feet of wireless 3D viewing via infrared communication. And multiple users can use the same IR receiver for a multi-user experience.

Game for more than forty hours on a single charge
Easily recharge your 3D glasses over a standard USB cable without frequently replacing batteries, and game for an entire week in stereoscopic 3D without needing to recharge your glasses. Intelligent circuit design automatically shuts off after 10 minutes when not in use to preserve battery life.

Adjust 3D depth adjustment from the IR emitter
Allows you to quickly and easily control common stereoscopic 3D functions without searching for hotkeys.

Watch movies in 3D
Fully supports 3D video players such as 3dtv Stereoscopic Player, allowing you to view fullscreen 3D movies. Futureproof your system for the next generation high definition 3D movie formats with superb high definition video playback on GeForce GPUs.

Instant Immersion
Get into the action in minutes with automated set-up; finger controlled 3D depth adjustment, and instant display detection.

Stereoscopic 3D picture support
Easily take in-game screenshots and view them in stereoscopic 3D with NVIDIAs free photo viewer. In addition, import and view stereoscopic pictures from a variety of different capture sources.

Powered by NVIDIA GeForce GPUs
The #1 choice of PC gamers worldwide, enabling rich, immersive games with stunningly accurate realism thanks to support for the latest graphics technologies including NVIDIA SLI® technology, NVIDIA PhysX, and DirectX® 10.Popular Science If you're a hardcore PC gamer who's hands are superglued to the keyboard and mouse, then 3-D Vision is an investment that will improve your day-to-day life by a factor of 1,000.

Item Code : MOS-2233NVB
Item : NVIDIA 3D Vision Bundle - Samsung 2233RZ + 3D Vision Glasses
Brand/Model : Samsung 2233RZ + 3D VISION
Matrix Size : 22"
Viewable Size : 22"
Pixel Pitch :
Response Time : 5 ms
Connector : DVI (HDCP)
Dimensions (wxhxd)-(mm) : 516 x 421 x 209mm
Warranty : 12 Months
Contrast / Brightness : DC 20000:1 / 300 cd/m²
Viewable Angle : 170/160 (°H/°V)
Safety Standards :
Multimedia : No
Swivel : No
Tilt : Yes
OSD Control : Yes
Tube Type : Active Matrix TFT
Weight (kg) : 15.00

28 Comments

Lol, I don't know what's worse, the fact that I'd have to get an Nvidia card to appreciate this (which would bring it all to £500-600), or that I'd have no problem spending the money to do so. 3D games are bound to be a million times more immersive! Waiting for the tech to get cheaper though.

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RokkaMan;7724047

Lol, I don't know what's worse, the fact that I'd have to get an Nvidia … Lol, I don't know what's worse, the fact that I'd have to get an Nvidia card to appreciate this (which would bring it all to £500-600), or that I'd have no problem spending the money to do so. 3D games are bound to be a million times more immersive! Waiting for the tech to get cheaper though.



this comes with the graphic card i think

this would be brilliant;)

aamir007;7724090

this comes with the graphic card i think



It doesn't, just the glasses.

Whats the min spec card you need then?
I think mine would be ok HD5850 but just in case others ask

This is glasses and monitor. No graphics card. You'd need a v.good gfx card to run them

Bear in mind that these are effectively old technology and over priced.

Remember the Elsa 3d revelator, well that's what these are but with a lcd screen that can refresh as fast as a crt.

Have a look at the Zalman monitors. They use polarization so you don't have shutters flickering infront of your eyes! You effectively lose half the resolution but that's better than losing half the refresh rate IMO.

use this system test to see if it works for your pc.

nvidia.co.uk/obj…tml

bashy2002;7724275

Whats the min spec card you need then?I think mine would be ok HD5850 but … Whats the min spec card you need then?I think mine would be ok HD5850 but just in case others ask



Nvidia only :thumbsup:

eclipsecomputers.com/pro…=50

From the same retailer for half the cost, and IMO a better product. The glasses are much cheaper, so if you break a pair or want more then they're cheap to replace.

RokkaMan;7724328

Nvidia only :thumbsup:



I believe with the Zalman you can use any video card although I think you either have to use a beta driver or purchase an additional driver (around £30 I think).

Superb deal.

Benjimoron;7724389

£332.50 if I'm not … £332.50 if I'm not mistaken?http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductID=1003120&source=froogle



Ohh, even better

RokkaMan;7724432

Ohh, even better



Ironic that the most overpriced of these deals is the only one with some heat!!

RokkaMan;7724047

Lol, I don't know what's worse, the fact that I'd have to get an Nvidia … Lol, I don't know what's worse, the fact that I'd have to get an Nvidia card to appreciate this (which would bring it all to £500-600), or that I'd have no problem spending the money to do so. 3D games are bound to be a million times more immersive! Waiting for the tech to get cheaper though.



This is only the 3d tech effect that cinema uses with all the same limitations and not real 3d where you can focus where you want.

bashy2002;7724275

Whats the min spec card you need then?I think mine would be ok HD5850 but … Whats the min spec card you need then?I think mine would be ok HD5850 but just in case others ask



These are the nVidia 3d glasses, you need an nVidia card to use them. If you want 3d on an ATI card you'll have to use one of the other 3d game technologies out there.

gooner_187;7724324

use this system test to see if it works for your … use this system test to see if it works for your pc.http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/GeForce_3D_compatibility.html



load of rubbish.....mine failed as expected due to monitor but also failed on the os.....er mine's win 7 64bit......and the cpu.....its an i5 750 2.67mhz.....er durr!

This is way overpriced, I payed £309 for this package in December.

EndlessWaves;7725223

This is only the 3d tech effect that cinema uses with all the same … This is only the 3d tech effect that cinema uses with all the same limitations and not real 3d where you can focus where you want.



No it's not.

These are shutter glasses, cinemas use polarization which is far far better and cheaper, same as the Zalman.

adsldave;7725660

This is way overpriced, I payed £309 for this package in December.



Would you be able to share a review with us?

Benjimoron;7726268

Would you be able to share a review with us?



It's very strange at first but once you adjust to wearing glasses while playing games it's very good.

adsldave;7729487

It's very strange at first but once you adjust to wearing glasses while … It's very strange at first but once you adjust to wearing glasses while playing games it's very good.



Power of pc required?

Amount of ghosting?

Amount of flicker?

Benjimoron;7729543

Power of pc required?Amount of ghosting?Amount of flicker?



You need a top of the line pc to be able to play games like modern warfare 2 (295 gtx will be enough to cope with multiplayer)

Ghosting is minimal & you'll only really notice it when you look for it (at least on modern warfare 2)

No flicker at all

Benjimoron;7724715

Ironic that the most overpriced of these deals is the only one with some … Ironic that the most overpriced of these deals is the only one with some heat!!



Agree that the other deal on here (hotukdeals.com/ite…syn) with -15 heat is the better of the 2 deals, saving £55, I'm only responding on this topic as it seems the most active.

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Power of PC required - I'm running an 8800gt sli system (equivalant of a single GTX 260) and an i5 750, with a little tweaking every game I've tried runs flawlessly. 3D mode does cut the frame rate in half as it has to render the scene twice, once for the left eye and once for the right eye, but this is the same for any 3D solution. With my old AMD phenom x4 9850 I had to reduce settings in the more recent demanding games to medium to get smooth gameplay, but the 3D depth effect adds so much more to the games than what I was losing by turning texture quality down a bit.

Ghosting - seems to only be an issue in certain games, and only in the top 15% of the screen in high contrast scenes, like when a bright sky has a dark tree. I presume as a result of the LCD's reduced latency at the upper part of the screen resulting in the left eye seeing the trace of the right eyes image. I'd say it's not present most of the time and certainly doesn't ruin the sensation of depth.

Flicker - none at all. Each eye is getting 60hz, and although it's not a as fluid as 120hz it can't be compared to a standard crt display at 60hz where the screen flicker is obvious. The shutter glasses do a fantastic job when combined with this monitor.

I had the old Elsa 3D glasses years ago and I have to give full credit to nvidia for persisting with this technology and optimising the software and drivers to the point where they have a 1st class product. I can only compare it with polarised 3D at the cinema and I think it's just as good, if not better at giving a sensation of depth.

I've not tried the Zalman/Hyundai solutions but I think you'd be crazy to opt to cut your vertical resolution in half to achieve the 3D effect. It's like saying don't buy a top graphics card to get high frame rates with the latest games, just cut your resolution to 640 x 480. Zalman/hyundai has a resolution of 1680x525 in 3D mode, this has 1680x1050. I assume the costs are higher but so is the image quality, so you get what you pay for. I'd also say the game support list is much, much greater. Nvidia seem to really be on the ball enhancing drivers for titles and advising when to turn off an effect where a game has a badly programmed 3D effect that doesn't render properly with the 3D system.


I've built a system recently for a friend with the Radeon 5970 and I set up the eyefinity 3 way display and although it was excellent, when it came to spending my own money, I opted for Nvidia 3D vision as my gaming gimmic. Now I'm waiting for 3D eyefinity setip, come on Nvidia & ATI, lets see where I can spend my next few thousand pounds.

If you already have a decent Nvidia based sytem, then this is well worth investing in. If you are going to have to buy a new video card then it's going to be expensive and you may be better off buying ATI, because their cards are vastly superior just now. Better still might be to wait for Nvidia the bring out their new range of cards and see the imminent price war bring everything down to a much more reasonable price range.

hey guys would the vision kit work on 100 hz plasma tv panasonic vierra x10 to be specific ??????????????

semigod;7929523

hey guys would the vision kit work on 100 hz plasma tv panasonic vierra … hey guys would the vision kit work on 100 hz plasma tv panasonic vierra x10 to be specific ??????????????



sorry i figured it out myself the tv accepts pc input at 60 hz so no 3d on this telli

semigod;7929555

sorry i figured it out myself the tv accepts pc input at 60 hz so no 3d … sorry i figured it out myself the tv accepts pc input at 60 hz so no 3d on this telli



Yup. I was looking to get just the glasses (£110) and use an old crt monitor I had, alas I could only run 120hz at 800 x 600, not great for gaming and even worse windows 7 refused to allow it to run above 85hz, ended up finding a workaround (removing pin 12 from the VGA cable which allowed 120HZ resolutions to be set).

Nvidia has a list of approved displays here:

nvidia.com/obj…tml

If you already have a large screen size, quality CRT display, it's possible it may support the required refresh rate (100 - 120Hz).

I scoured ebay and found several suitable for £20 - £60 range, but because of the size almost all were pick up only and none in Scotland, but it might be worth a look before you splash out £220.

Models I know work are:

LaCie Electron 22blue IV 22 inch CRT
Iiyama Vision Master Pro 513 22in
HPl P1230 22" CRT Monitor

These were £500+ when new as used by professional graphic designer & CAD types.

Hope this info is helpful to someone.

Benjimoron;7724308

Have a look at the Zalman monitors. They use polarization so you don't … Have a look at the Zalman monitors. They use polarization so you don't have shutters flickering infront of your eyes! You effectively lose half the resolution but that's better than losing half the refresh rate IMO.


Technically, you don't lost half the refresh rate. Standard monitor refresh rate is 60Hz currently. This screen shows 120Hz, and closes off each eye for alternating frames. So each eye still sees 60Hz (or 60 frames per sec), because of this you don't lose half of the refresh rate if you are currently used to 60Hz. However, if you are used to 120Hz, then using this for 3D will half the refresh rate, but you won't really notice it anyway.

Benjimoron;7725703

These are shutter glasses, cinemas use polarization which is far far … These are shutter glasses, cinemas use polarization which is far far better and cheaper, same as the Zalman.


Why is polarization better? I'm pretty sure that they make you feel ill if you use them for an extended period of time. NVIDIA spent a lot of time researching how to stop people feeling ill, and use this system for that exact reason. It works very well and is very immersive

InfernoZeus;7934274

Technically, you don't lost half the refresh rate. Standard monitor … Technically, you don't lost half the refresh rate. Standard monitor refresh rate is 60Hz currently. This screen shows 120Hz, and closes off each eye for alternating frames. So each eye still sees 60Hz (or 60 frames per sec), because of this you don't lose half of the refresh rate if you are currently used to 60Hz. However, if you are used to 120Hz, then using this for 3D will half the refresh rate, but you won't really notice it anyway.Why is polarization better? I'm pretty sure that they make you feel ill if you use them for an extended period of time. NVIDIA spent a lot of time researching how to stop people feeling ill, and use this system for that exact reason. It works very well and is very immersive



Good point about the refresh rate.

I've listed why polarization is better on some of these 3d monitor threads. Have a look and you'll see.
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