For all the XBOX fanboys …
"It’s simply the case that the new stereo 3D support built into the HDMI 1.4 spec is specifically designed for Blu-Ray movie playback at a movie standard of 24 frames per second, making the full HD mode a poor fit for gaming. In a world where games are created to run either at 30 or 60 frames per second, dropping down to 24FPS means a jerkier image and a more muted response from the controls.
“There’s certainly no lack of support from the PS3 itself either, as even in the current 3.40 firmware - which doesn’t support Blu-Ray 3D movies - the mode is clearly recognised and available for use by the console.”
It’s not a hardware limitation, or a processing limitation. HDMI has the limitation.
“Sure, 1080p30 can be played back with much aplomb on both Xbox 360 and PS3, but all my previous efforts in getting demanding video working at full fat 1080p60 have failed miserably, with only mediocre 1440Ã—1080 performance possible via the Xbox 360â€™s dashboard WMV player.”