Originally Posted by Kiracubed
That's what I thought would have to be done. I'm sure Nvidia's control panel makes it a cinch to switch the displays around.
I have an Acer HN274HBBmiiid (EU version with 3D Vision 2 and Lightboost that never came out in the US), and I set my IPS down to 1080 just to try to run games in dual display. Well, apparently, Nvidia won't let me run games on dual display, only span them for productivity purposes.
I absolutely LOVE this new IPS I got, and the price is insane! ($400! That's $300 less than the cheapest name brand Asus monitor of similar specs) There are some trade-offs, where as it's 60Hz, and I do notice it now coming from a rapid fast 2ms and 120Hz display, but the quality increase in picture is worth it, and I'll get over it. The stand is a damn joke, sitting literally about a half inch from bottom of bezel, and the connectors a pain and a half to connect. Still, I might want to get 2 more tax return time and do a setup similar to yours.
What screen size are those monitors? How many feet is it across all three from left to right? Do you find it better to have them side by side, or curve in a bit toward center display for better surround?
I'm running 24" Asus monitors. (23.6" to be exact.) I'm not sure off the top of my head how far they are apart, but once I get home I can measure it for you. For me, I like my monitors curved in. Tried them side by side, and was a little hard to view. Most gamers who run surround or Eyefinity have the monitors curved it, but it's what ever you prefer.
Are you using ID coolant or Mayhems Pastel white? Would look better if the coolant was red.
Just my opinion though, still looks good.
Originally Posted by Zantrill
Dear 680 FTW+ 4GB:
You are my beloved. Thank you for being the card I wanted you to be. You run everything at max and you don't get overheated by my demands. You are quiet, and that is a plus.! You don't ask for more than I can give, and I have given my all, and you respect that.
Will you marry.... my PC?
Originally Posted by nerdybeat
Still loving my 680 2GB. Had it since launch, and I have been thoroughly content. It tears up 1440p for me with no real issues. Holding off for the 4GB might have been good, however only modded Skyrim has pushed the 2GB to its limit. 1305/3456 through Precision right now.
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Clean looking rig you have there. Nice clocks on the 680 too. How are the temps using the 620?Edited by mironccr345 - 1/14/13 at 6:45am