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I used version 300+ says that version 280+ already support diablo 3.

Yet when I tried diablo 3 in 3D I do not see anything different. It still look 3D but as any 3D run on full screen.

It's not impressive. What am I missing? Do I need to set up a 3D profile for diablo 3? If so how?

Some said that diablo 3 is simply not 3D ready yet.

In general any video card have data on the depth. So I wonder why the game has to be 3D ready? As long as they display 3D rendered images any video card should be able to incorporate that.

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Have you also enabled Stereoscopic 3D in the Nvidia Control Panel? – DrFish Jul 22 '12 at 16:52
There's a difference between a first person shooter, where depth is part of the calculations, and a third person isometric view, where most things are a constant distance away. – Frank Jul 23 '12 at 12:10
Yes of course I have enabled stereoscopic 3d. I just need to test my 3D glasses with something. – Jim Thio Jul 23 '12 at 14:01

Yes, you can play Diablo 3 in Stereoscopic 3D. Here is a great guide in setting it up:

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