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I am looking to buy a Quadro m5000m for m17x r4 120hz 3D screen. It seems to be the last Nvidia 3D vision card made. The m17x r4 120hz 3D can only run in PEG. So all other newer cards will not work as 3D was abandoned by Nvidia in 2019. I never played any games in 3D so this laptop is capable and want to give it a shot when I get around to getting the Glasses. I found M5000m on Aliexpress for $188 and found 1 in the States for $350. Am leaning towards the 1 in the States.

If anyone here has another option, maybe have one not being used due to it being close to GTX 980m/970m performance I would be interested Thanks!

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Precision m6700 i7-3840QM - 16.0GB DDR3 - GTX 970M     Alienware M17x R4 i7-3940XM 32GB DDR3-1600 GTX 680M 120hz 3D
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On 11/25/2022 at 9:43 AM, aldarxt said:

I am looking to buy a Quadro m5000m for m17x r4 120hz 3D screen. It seems to be the last Nvidia 3D vision card made. The m17x r4 120hz 3D can only run in PEG. So all other newer cards will not work as 3D was abandoned by Nvidia in 2019. I never played any games in 3D so this laptop is capable and want to give it a shot when I get around to getting the Glasses. I found M5000m on Aliexpress for $188 and found 1 in the States for $350. Am leaning towards the 1 in the States.

If anyone here has another option, maybe have one not being used due to it being close to GTX 980m/970m performance I would be interested Thanks!

Only 660m & 680m will give you 3D in this laptop. Only official cards that shipped with the laptop will allow internal 3d support. Any GPU not originally shipped with laptop will not allow you to use 3d. I keep my 560m for M17xR3 if I decide to go back to 3D but with my 880m there is no 3d support. 

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17 hours ago, ssj92 said:

Only 660m & 680m will give you 3D in this laptop. Only official cards that shipped with the laptop will allow internal 3d support. Any GPU not originally shipped with laptop will not allow you to use 3d. I keep my 560m for M17xR3 if I decide to go back to 3D but with my 880m there is no 3d support. 

Hey Thanks for lookin out, I guess I'll let the m5000m go and start looking for the Nvidia 3D vision glasses, I hope they don't give me a headache lol

I was reading the specs of the m5000m and it states 3D vision Pro and that got my hopes up, I am still glad I have this m17x r4 cause its like a rare collectors item and look foward to play Skyrim in 3D

Alienware M18x R2 i7-3920xm-16GB DDR3-Quadro P4000  Alienware M17x R4 i7-3940XM 16GB DDR3-1866 Quadro P4000

Precision m6700 i7-3840QM - 16.0GB DDR3 - GTX 970M     Alienware M17x R4 i7-3940XM 32GB DDR3-1600 GTX 680M 120hz 3D
Precision m4700 i7-3610QM-8.00GB DDR3 @ 1600MHz-K2000M

GOBOXX SLM  G2721-i7-10875H RTX 3000-32GB ddr4(Gave to my Wife)

 

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