So I have some full SBS (3840x1080) 3D blu-ray rips (ripped by DVDFab) that I'd like to play in true full SBS, and I'm wondering if I have the hardware and software to do it. Ok, so my laptop is a 3D laptop (120hz refresh rate screen) with an NVIDIA Geforce GT 650M graphics card and an i7-3610QM processor. I believe my graphics card can handle full SBS due to its support of resolutions of up to 3840x2160. I also have powerDVD 12. I've played some of my full-SBS files in PowerDVD and Stereoscopic player with both hardware and software encoding, but they kinda look like they're still in half-sbs like the computer is still not putting the movie out in full 1920x1080 per eye because, if I look closely, the pixels look split into columns of 2 pixels, every pixel looks like it has a duplicate next to it, etc. I've A/B'd it to regular 2D of the same file, which looks like true 1080p, but the 3D does not. Is this how full SBS is supposed to look like? Or am I doing something wrong? Is there a setting that I'm missing or have the wrong hardware?