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hi folks,

first of all, I'm new here on overclock.net and my english isn't very good wink.gif that being sad, i have a major question. Right now, I'm using three Asus VE248H (click) displays in Landscape, but after seeing this i really want to do a Portrait Setup. Now my question is, can anybody tell/teach me, how the heck i get my displays into portrait mode? And yes, I'm prepared for a lot of work smile.gif
post #172 of 174
I suppose that you are using Catalyst software from AMD drivers so, the solution is in the same software: inside you have the options to make an eyefinity display group and set its orientation, portrait or landscape. If you have Nvidia heck! I can't help you. I hope it helps. GL.
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post #173 of 174
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Originally Posted by ChristianUshuaia View Post

I suppose that you are using Catalyst software from AMD drivers so, the solution is in the same software: inside you have the options to make an eyefinity display group and set its orientation, portrait or landscape. If you have Nvidia heck! I can't help you. I hope it helps. GL.
You just bumped an old thread.

So I'm adding some new information, since Vega doesn't use AMD anymore. CallSignVega has switched to quad Titan SLI's because of LightBoost. LightBoost (even at 100Hz) has less motion blur than 144Hz non-LightBoost (60Hz vs 120Hz vs LightBoost).

CallSignVega has it successfully running in portrait mode:



Article: CallSignVega's Overclocked Quad Titan SLI with Triple LightBoost Monitors
Edited by mdrejhon - 6/12/13 at 11:46am
post #174 of 174
Great gameplay in the BF3 too - I could only bow down to that setup and how you can handle it in game.

Of course the server is beginning to dry up, once you got all the flags - leave some... biggrin.gif Also noobs not like getting pwned by good players, so they leave. Common.
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