First of all, I hope I'm posting this in the correct section; if not, I would appreciate it if someone could direct me to where I need to go. Thanks! Anyway, I haven't had a gaming PC in about a decade as I had been playing on consoles. Since I'm not too excited for either the PS4 or Xbox One at the moment, I thought I might get back into PC gaming. Ideally, I would like to be able to play games in 3D using my TV (Samsung UND8000) as the monitor, as I already have the glasses. Since I've been out of the loop for quite a while, I'm pretty unfamiliar with the latest PC tech, and would like some help. In my limited research, it looks like NVIDIA supports 3D, but you need to use their glasses (and maybe monitor), which I don't want to do. Does anyone know what graphics cards would support 3D that I could output to my TV via HDMI (or any other way that would work)? Sorry for my extreme ignorance on the subject... Also, what sort of overall specs would I need to be looking at to run games in 1080p 3D at pretty high graphical settings (with a decent frame rate)? I would like to stay under $2000 (less is always better, I suppose), but I'd be willing to go up to $2500 if I had to. Also, I'd prefer to buy one versus building one (I know, I know...), but I don't even know who sells good gaming PCs nowadays. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance for the help!
Also, for those that use their TV as a monitor, how well does it work, and do you have any issues?