Originally Posted by darklordjames
AMD cards do natively support 3D, but the game has to be written specifically for it. Load up Deus Ex 0 as an example. That will spit to 3D to your Samsung. Just fine with no silly middleware.
The middleware for 3D is garbage, and AMD 3D support in software is few and far between. If you want proper 3D that is actually usable, buy an Nvidia card. They've been doing 3D properly over there for about a decade.
I have to agree. Back when I bought my 6850, part of the reason I chose that is that at the time
you needed a special 3D vision dongle even to just output 3D to a TV with Nvidia cards (a licensing thing, I believe), but now that they have their 3DTV Play software (which has been out for a while now) that removes that requirement, there's literally zero reason to choose AMD if you want 3D.