3D Blu-Ray playback is a relatively simple affair on NVIDIA and ATI hardware, just install the latest drivers, tweak the display settings to the preferred level and then run PowerDVD 10 which features support for Blu-Ray 3D and GPU acceleration for lower CPU usage.
With the GPU acceleration in place the CPU usage statistic is on average less than 2% for Blu-Ray 3D hitting a maximum of 3.8% on our 460, 1% behind the Radeon. Essentially the overall experience when watching Blu-Ray 3D is going to be down to the screen used and both our Zalman Trimon (AMD) and the Asus VG236H (Nvidia) produced an excellent level of image quality in this test.
For further information on Blu-Ray 3D playback see our launch article here.
Information on the Zalman Trimon can be found HERE
. For the ASUS VG236H this is the place to go