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"NVIDIA's Vision 3D, while gorgeous and exciting in games that support it well, gave the G51J 3D a performance hit that forces the user to decide between better game visuals or the stereo 3D effect. As we have seen in our testing, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M is just sufficient for current generation games at 1366x768 with 3D Vision enabled. If you decide to use an external 120Hz panel at a higher resolution, or decide to play more intensive games, NVIDIA Vision 3D will likely make the Asus G51J 3D stutter unless you scale back the details."
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