I don't know the answer, but can help with translation to English. The message is approximately:
I have an expensive YAMAKASI CATLEAP Q270 monitor which has a resolution of 2560 X 1440.
It defaults to 60fps and can be overclocked to more than 120Hz 2560 x 1440 (according to the series, the series should be with electronic map screen 2B or 2C) for me it is a 2C and it goes up exactly 127Hz.
So I think that it should be good for 3D vision, and so I bought a GTX 680 because it has a 500Mhz RAMDAC.
But it does not recognize the monitor so I can not enable 3DVision.
I sent a message asking how I NVIDIA could do to enable 3DVision.
They told me that only the screens that appear on the list on their website that there are compatible.
(Great response [grumble])
So I want to know if the HD 7970 can do the same thing as the gtx680?
That is drive the monitor to 2560 x 1440 at 120Hz so that I can use 3D TriDef vision.
I hope just a little.
Merci Roland, pour a traduction
Ce serai bien qu'un technicien de cher AMD puisse me répond, car si la HD7970 peut monté jusqu'à 120Hz en 2560 X 1440 et qu'elle peut faire de la vision 3D avec TriDef, je revends la 680 pour racheter la HD7970.....Thank you Roland for a translation
This will be a very expensive AMD technician can answer me, because if the HD7970 can mounted to 120Hz 2560 X 1440 and it can do with TriDef vision 3D, I sell the 680 to buy the HD7970. ....