NVIDIA enables 3D Blu-ray

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#1

I just posted the article NVIDIA enables 3D Blu-ray.

3D Blu-ray movies are coming to a PC near you.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/nvidia-enables-3d-blu-ray-30065/](http://www.myce.com/news/nvidia-enables-3d-blu-ray-30065/)

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#2

Wow, those are some cool glasses. I can’t wait to be the first sucker, umm, I mean person, to get them.

Sooo… I’m just reading the requirements. Hmm… oh oh.

If I have a 2D television, I’m SOL.
If I have an ATI card, I’m SOL.
If I’m running a PC with Windows XP, I’m SOL.

Nice. Where do I sign up?


#3

Wow, I can’t believe they don’t have XP support. They must really NOT want to sell them, lol.


#4

Xp doesn’t support the version of UDF required to read Blurays. Extra software (UDF driver) is required.

Anyone with a $200 bluray drive in their PC, is likely to already have a monster machine, and 64b version of windows, and probably already running the 3D beta drivers :stuck_out_tongue:
Besides … Quad-core is sooo 3years ago … anyone who is anyone has a Hex-Core :stuck_out_tongue:

So … AMD/ATI is playing catchup again?