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3D Solutions using Intel Intru 3D Technology

Hi everyone!

I have processor i3-3220 with intel graphics hd 2500 (intel intru 3d included).

Right now i want to buy 3D active monitor. Main goals are: watch 3D BD, movies and photos (without gaming).

I've read a lot of information about 3D in general and Intru 3D in particular.

But i have a few questions about this.

As i understand i'm able to organize 3D playback using HDMI v1.4. It's recommended in Intel's technical description.

An HDMI-to-HDMI or a Display Port-to-HDMI connection to the TV.
A connection to a stereoscopic 3D TV that supports HDMI 1.4.

But in this variant i'll only get Frame Packing mode 1080P@24 Hz via HDMI cable.

Or I will be allowed to watch 3D content using Side by Side method.

There is another description. I saw that there is no information about connection with Display Port, although in the newest description we can wee that information.

So the questions is - Is it possible to organize Frame Sequential 3D mode using Display Port cable and to achieve full hd 1080P@120 Hz?

Can Intru 3D technology transfer frames at 120 Hz to the monitor using Display Port in order to get 3D Frame sequential?

Thanks in advance for your answers.

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Black Belt
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Try to post your question on consumer forum.

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Beginner
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Where is it? Could you give me a link here?

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Black Belt
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Try Intel Communities, simply google it.

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