This is not going to be an easy one to solve (i think), but I hope someone on these forums can help me out! I have a Samsung 2233RZ monitor that is compatible with 3D Vision. However, I decided to implement my own 3D system for the hell of it (see this thread
Results have been positive and I am now gaming happily this way. However, there is still some slight ghosting in the top of the screen. I have done some research, and found out that with 3D vision, the 2233RZ enters a special display mode that is normally inaccessible. This mode has a higher horizontal refresh rate than normal, meaning the frame has more time to stabilize and the shutters can be open longer without getting ghosting due to the next refresh cycle. Normally the monitor runs at 120Hz vertical, 129kHz horizontal. In this special mode, it turns into 120Hz vertical, 185kHz horizontal!
I need to access this display mode if I want my ghosting issues completely gone. I can tweak every aspect of my own shutterglass system (timings for each eye, duty cycle of shuttering, eye switch), but have noticed that it is simply impossible to eliminate ghosting completely without this special display mode used by 3D Vision.
The closest I have seen anyone come to deciphering the exact display timings for this mode was in this thread: NVidia Forums
. Here the topic was on how to activate the 3D Vision mode under Linux. One user (Keitht) managed to make Powerstrip do a readout of signal parameters during 3D operation, although the resulting data seemed to be faulty.
I am still hoping someone knows how to figure out the exact display timings I need to make the monitor operate at the aforementioned frequencies! Any geniuses out there?