Originally Posted by JukeBox360
Yes. You have to buy the 3DTV play for it to work with games. I'm not certain about movies though. You can set up 3D without 3DTV play. That part is just for games. I don't have any 3D movies so I can't test. That's one thing I prefer AMD. All you need is the card.
Thanks for some clarification. Currently in my HTPC and Desktop sit a AMD 6850 and a 6870. Their great cards, but I'm in the process of buying a new house and after that, making upgrades and building more computers (htpc / desktops). I really want to move to Nvidia because I think the drivers are a bit better, PhysX, the cards use less power/quieter (especially kepler) for my needs. But I'm kind of spoiled for not needing to pay anything for 3D to use with a 3D capable tv/monitor (besides TMT5, I've only really done blu-ray in 3D but would like to do more of my gaming that way). But it seems that more games support Nvidia's 3D Vision platform natively then AMD's (instead of using a 3rd party driver). It's just really lame you have to buy a driver if you have a 3DTV already.
Is it possible to buy the 3D vision kit, and connect it to each computer separately to get the 3DTV play driver for each computer? So 1 kit for 2 - 3 computers. Has anyone tried it?