Side by side files are "frame compatible" formats.
This means that in order to play them the software does not need to know it's 3D content.
Technically, half SBS is just like any standard 1080p 2D video out there, and full res SBS is just a 3840x1080 2D video (no difference, just bigger resolution). It only at the very end in the display menus that you manually have to tell the display it is receiving a side by side 3D video and the TV transforms the side by side picture into a 3D picture.
Because of this frame compatibility, Half SBS can be read on any device, desktop PC, laptop, HTPC, BluRay player, HVR, DTV/cable/satellite decoder, etc... anything.
BluRay 3D is more complicated. The easiest way to make it work is to use a graphics card that can ouput the special 3D formats introduced in hdmi 1.4. (you'll need an hdmi 1.4 card, or one of the hdmi1.3 cards that can still output this format thanks to a driver update).
However there are some loophopes. PowerDVD supports interlaced 3D output (for Zalman interlaced 3D displays), yet some 3DTVs have compatibility modes for interlaced 3D too, so with the right TV, you could use any raphics card you want.
The samsung 2233RZ is not an hdmi 1.4 compatible display, it's a Nvidia 3D vision ready display, it only works with nvidia 3D vision glasses and nvidia 3D vision compatible software and hardware. There is no way around it.