oh well - so much for my idea of using the DVI to HDMI cable (no audio carrier) to send the 3d to the TV (and dedicated hdmi for the AVR)
Does not detect as a 3d device
Guess my options are:-
1) Get one of them mentioned amd DVI-to-HDMI adapters. So to confirm....these should be able to send full HD audio bitstreamed to my AVR (while using the HDMI direct to TV) on my 6450.
2) Get a low profile GT430 card and send this 6450 back (or just sell it on). So to confirm.......GT430 should have no problems for bypassing the AVR for 3d playback? Would I do that with PC>AVR>TV or 2 seperate cables again? If 1 cable then presumably I'll need to edit the EDIDs again? And if 2 cables, then would I need the DVI to HDMI with audio carrier adapter still?
I'm tempted to go buy a GT430. An issue I have with the 6450 is when it switches to 24p, it actually drops the display to 1000p instead of 1080p. TV reports as 1080p24 but in display properties it lists 1000, and as a result it seems quite a bit underscanned, which so far haven't been able to resize correctly