So AVA now supports Nvidia 3D Vision technology, which allows players to use their Nvidia 3D Vision kit with AVA! This is great news right? Well, only if you have enough money to purchase the kit and the monitor. Most of us don't want to bother with that, but here I will show you how to play AVA in 3D without that kit, and without any special monitors, (I am using a CRT :P).
Step One (1)
The drivers for Nvidia 3D can be downloaded free! So, head on over to one of these links to download the driver:
Windows 7 (32- bit):Here
Windows 7 (64-bit):Here
Windows Vista (32-bit):Here
Windows Vista (64-bit):Here
Windows XP: Sorry, no driver support for Windows XP.
Step Two (2)
Open the .Rar file and open "Launch.exe"
Step Three (3)
Click on "Install Geforce 3D Vision Software"
Step Four (4)
Now, open Nvidia Control Panel and go to "Stereoscopic 3D" --> "Step up Stereoscopic 3D"
Step Five (5)
Now, go into a AVA and enable the 3D vision. You don't need to mess with any other settings.
When in game, press Control+T to turn the 3D On/Off. Press Control+F3/Control+F4 to increase the depth to your liking. Everyone will have different preferences.
1. You must meet the eligibility for the drivers. Please check with this chart. If you see your graphics card, you are eligible!
GeForce GTX 480 GeForce GT 340 GeForce GTX 295 GeForce 9800 GX2 GeForce 8800 Ultra
GeForce GTX 470 GeForce GT 330 GeForce GTX 285 GeForce 9800 GTX+ GeForce 8800 GTX
GeForce GT 320 GeForce GTX 280 GeForce 9800 GTX GeForce 8800 GTS
GeForce GTX 275 GeForce 9800 GT GeForce 8800 GT
GeForce GTX 2 GeForce 9600 GT
GeForce GTS 250
GeForce GTS 240
GeForce GT 140
2. You must use a pair of Red/Cyan (Red/Blue) 3D glasses. You cannot use the ones you stole from Avatar or one of those Disney movies in the theater!
3. This also works with MANY other games, like Halo (which looks awesome with this 3D!)
4. For all of you ATI Fans, don't fret! There is something for you too! Just click Here
. It is a different set of instructions, but you can figure it out!