Playing with three screens

Subject: Displays | July 22, 2010 - 02:24 PM |
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[H]ard|OCP was subjected to some terrible hardships recently as they were forced to play games on three screens in order to test the differences between EyeFinity and nVIDIA Surround.  If you can bear to see what happened to them during the testing of this feature with SLI and Crossfire setups then you can click through.  Thankfully there are not too many screenshots as the fps they manged are envy inducing enough, pages of triple screens showing Metro 2033 and others at insane resolutions are bound to make most viewers turn completely green.

"NVIDIA’s new multi-display Surround Technology is put to the test with GeForce GTX 480

SLI video cards in 3x1 Surround mode. We compare directly to AMD’s Eyefinity technology

and the same three displays with 2GB Eyefinity6 HD 5870 CrossFireX and 1GB HD 5870

CrossFireX."

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