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 May 18, 2010 - 07:36 AM - by Michael
* Multi-monitor Intrigue

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AMD's got some tech with a few problems but interesting potential.

Personally, I'd have trouble with letting my targeting reticle float over the space of screen bezels, but if you feel like it, go for it...

At heart, Eyefinity is fundamentally simple. Nearly all Radeon HD 5000-series graphics cards can connect to at least three monitors, and once they're connected, AMD's driver software can present multiple monitors to the operating system as one large, virtual display?a "single-large surface," in AMD's terminology. Programs, including games, see this virtual display as if it were just one big screen, and they treat it accordingly. Multi-monitor mayhem ensues.


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