Subject: Graphics Cards | September 12, 2011 - 12:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: gtx560 ti, nvidia, nvidia surround, gtx560 ti mdt x5, galaxy
The GTX560Ti MDT X5 (Multi Display Technology) can handle sending signal to 5 displays simultaneously which is something that no NVIDIA card could do before. AMD had the only GPUs which could handle multiple displays, you needed an SLI setup to manage NVIDIA Surround. [H]ard|OCP were lucky enough to get to play with this $330 mid-range GPU that knows a new trick and were suitably impressed by its ability to provide good gaming performance on three 1080p monitors. They also mention a GeForce 210 model that can handle up to four monitors for the non-gamer.
"With the new Galaxy GeForce GTX560Ti MDT X5 video card it is possible to output to 5 displays even though this is a single GPU video card. Enjoy NVIDIA multi-display spanned resolution gaming without the need for two cards! Can this GTX 560 Ti based video card stand up in the latest games when spanned across three displays? We are surprised."
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- AMD Eyefinity and Nvidia Surround Technologies @ X-bit Labs
- Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 Vapor-X OC @ Tweaktown
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- Faster Than Radeon HD 6970: Sapphire Radeon HD 6950 2 GB Toxic Edition @ X-bit Labs
- Gigabyte HD 6770 Silent Cell 1GB GDDR5 DirectX11 Video Card Review @ Hi Tech Legion
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- AMD Radeon HD 6450 @ Phoronix
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