I know this is an old topic, but I am very curious about this myself. I just bought a Toshiba Qosmio X70 laptop with the GeForce 770m GPU. I purchased this same monitor (Asus VG27AH) for use as an external 3D monitor. So I am all ready to get started and called NVidia to see if I needed to purchase their NVidia 3D Vision or their 3DTVPlay software, and their answer blew me away. Basically they told me that even though my monitor is 3D, comes with glasses and all, that it is NOT supported by their 3D software or their 3D Vision kit. Now admittedly I know NOTHING about 3D and this monitor is the first 3D capable device I have ever owned, along with the laptop. But apparently, according to NVidia phone tech support, this monitor is NOT listed as one that their 3D vision supports. Great!
Not sure if I should be pissed off at Asus for making a monitor without making it compatible with the output from, ya know, the BIGGEST GPU company in the world; if I should be pissed at NVidia for not supporting this monitor; or if (probably) I should be pissed off at myself for not having the knowledge in this area to so much as even think that something like this had to be checked for compatibility. Up until like thirty seconds ago, I thought that there was 3D emission from a PC or video card, monitors that receive and decode the signal, and finally glasses to see it with. I had absolutely NO CLUE that there were different formats and different approaches to rendering and receiving 3D. Makes me wonder if there weren't equally ignorant people in the late seventies who bought a Betamax and tried hammering in the VHS movies they purchased because they had no clue that there were two different formats!
Anyway, the answers from both companies seem a tad dodgy to me. I am not sure if I can get 3D now with this monitor, or, more likely, it seems that I can absolutely get 3D, just not the way NVidia designed their technology for it? Meaning it looks like I have to have the TV convert 2D to 3D? Though now sure how that is different than what NVidia does.
Oh, and now someone from Asus (on a second call) just informed me that my GeForce 770m GPU doesn't put out NVidia 3D Stereoscopic...whatever that means.
Can anyone help me sort this all out?