I see you have an Intel® HD Graphics 2500, this is 3rd generation graphics, there is Blu-ray Stereo 3-D Disc Playback passive glasses and HDMI 1.4.
Besides the 3D support through HDMI port, the maximum resolution you can get is 2560 x 1600 at 60 Hz.
I was not able to find information about 1080 at 120Hz.
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Big big thank you AlLan for your answer.
As i understand 3rd generation graphics support both active and passive glasses whereas 2rd generation graphics can support only active shutter glasses.
But anyway about 1080p at 120 Hz... This is exactly what I want know. Because I am hesitating buy that monitor or not right now. So please Allan, would you be so kind ask some technical engineer about this opportunity? I would be so grateful. Thanks.
Thank you again, Allan. I understand that unavailability of a 3D frame-sequential mode 1080p@120 Hz is an undocumented feature. You, other guys from technical support, engineers know about it. It's clear.
You said that Intel® HD Graphics 2500 does not support 120Hz.
1. Is it means that Intel® HD Graphics 2500 does not support 120Hz via Display Port also in 2D mode ?? Because it's an important advantage of active monitor for me.
2. And I have one more question regardings formats of 3D.
Will it be possible to watch 3D content using Display Port or HDMI:
in Frame Packing mode 1080p/24 Hz?
and Side-by-Side mode 1080p/60Hz?
Based on the product specifications, I know that Intel® HD Graphics 2500 does not go up to 120Hz.
3D feature is available only through HDMI port, using Display port it might work; however, this is not documented for your graphics controller.
I recommend waiting for another community member to post information about the support for frame packing mod and side by side mode.