If DVI(dual link cable) can support 1920x1200 @ 120hz, I don't see any barriers to produce larger 3D monitors(more than 27 inches).
Whatever be the size of the monitor I am content with 3D gaming at 1920x1080(or 1920x1200).
What I need is a larger size monitor that supports 3D with full HD. Can I expect any releases before April?
I calculated some time ago that DVI dual link and HDMI (10Gb/s transfer rate; 7.92 Gb/s real data rate ) could allow to display 330 Mpixels per second @24bit, meaning 5.5Mpxel pictures@60Hz/24bit (3126*1758 or 2966*1854), 2.75Mpx pictures @120Hz/24bit (2097*1311 or 2211*1243).
Only display port allow bigger resolution, with it's double bandwidth (21.6Gb/s transfer rate, 17.28Gb/s real data rate): 720Mpixels/seconds @24bit --> 12Mpx @60Hz24bit --> 4381*2738; 6Mpx@120Hz24bit --> 3098*1936.
Practically only radeons HD7000 allow more than 2500*1600 over display port or HDMI. Official specs are:http://www.amd.com/fr/products/desktop/graphics/7000/7970/Pages/radeon-7970.aspx#3
4096x2160 @60Hz and 2560x1600p60 Stereoscopic 3D for the display ports;
over HDMI: 4096x2160 (no frequency specified, but should be 30Hz or 24Hz) and 1080p60 Stereoscopic 3D.
Now that the graphic card exist we can have more hope for a very high res S3D screen to be released on the market.