Can I use NVIDIA 3d vision with mac mini(2010 mid) ?

Discussion in 'Mac mini' started by leejunwoo, Aug 3, 2011.

  1. leejunwoo, Aug 3, 2011
    Last edited: Aug 3, 2011

    leejunwoo macrumors newbie

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    My mac mini is 2010 mid version.
    and I have nvidia 3d vision kit with viewsonic vx2268vm which is 3d vision ready monitor.

    After finish installation of windows 7, I installed nvidia's latest graphic driver numerous time.
    It detects GeForce 320m and installed successfully and also detects 120hz monitor.
    Because 3d vision requires dual-link DVI, Mac mini is connected to the 120hz monitor through the mini displayport-to-DVI-D dual-link.

    I wonder is it possible to use 3d vision in mac mini(320m).

    Sorry my inconvenient english.
     
  2. jerry512 macrumors newbie

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    3d on mini

    I have tried with imac and macbook pro(in bootcamp win 7 64) . I could not get 3d on active screen with nvidia solution(acer 2035 and JVc monitor).. I was however able to display 3d from mac to passive display using cinesync(looks great). I thought 320m would do it, guess not. you might still try. i would start with oldest driver, then proceed to newest until you find a match.


    Good Luck
     

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