|10-09-2012 03:54 AM|
|DanieCorrigan||If I remember right, the AMD Eyefinity make it look like multiple monitors instead of a single monitor like NVIDIA Surround|
|10-05-2012 01:51 AM|
Sadly I wish AMD would go the route of Nvidia, but I don't think it's possible with how their drivers are written. If I remember right, the AMD Eyefinity make it look like multiple monitors instead of a single monitor like NVIDIA Surround; this makes centering a particular element like a HUD difficult if not impossible to accommodate after a game has been released.
AMD certainly lead the way to single card multi-monitor, but NVIDIA is definatly showing they have learned from AMD mistakes and sailing forward; when AMD seems like it's still struggling to get out of the harbor as of late.
|10-04-2012 02:50 PM|
Excellent article, Brandon!
I've been yearning for a multi-monitor setup for a while, and this sure does whet the appetite even more. I'll ultimately have to take the NVIDIA route as some emulators and older games I run don't cooperate with AMD too well, so I'm looking forward to dealing with that. I've only ever had multi-monitor experience with AMD up to this point.
|09-30-2012 09:10 PM|
The Basics of Multi-Monitor Gaming
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