Nvidia 3D Vision 2
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3D Movie Collection
I compared a number of 3D movies which I previously observed cross-talk on the Samsung S23A700D and Asus VG236H, and in all of them the Asus VG248QE was cross-talk free like the BenQ XL2420T, except for one scene from Tron: Legacy:
The above image was shot with the 3D glasses in front of my camera
Cross-talk was almost completely absent from the VG248QE during 3D movies, as well as in games with proper 3D implementation. Games such as Left 4 Dead 2 suffer from obvious cross-talk since the 3D implementation is not very good. Games like Battlefield 3 are almost completely cross-talk free, but requires a powerful graphics card or two to handle the ultra settings.
There is not much I can write about the VG248QE's 3D performance other than that it the least amount of cross-talk of any 3D monitor and that the 3D colors and black levels are mediocre by default.
Users likely will not want to watch 3D movies on the VG248QE since it's blacks are quite grayish. The VG248QE's black levels are very disappointing considering that both the BenQ XL2420T and Asus VG236H's 3D black levels were more than suitable for handling dark scenes once their contrast settings were turned up.
I could write about 3D games which have obvious cross-talk issues and 3D games which do not, but that would be pointless since no other Nvidia 3D Vision display performs substantially better.
I still prefer the Passive 3D Asus VG23AH since it uses an IPS panel=much better colors, supports up to 76hz for 3D and the Tri-Def 3D works better in many games such as the Mass Effect series and Left 4 Dead.