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One 680 in suround performance?!

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How does the 680 handle 3 screen suround on it's own? I dont mean like max ultra settings with msaa etC tongue.gif I mean does it handle 3 screens as well as the 7970 does, going to get a 680 or 7970 this week and that will be the deciding factor because in a few months I want to try either suround/eyfinity or 3d gaming and with the 680 I have the option of both only if it handles the 3 screens on its own.

Does it still have the problem where if you add a second monitor the temp's will shoot up atleast 10c even idling on desktop?
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We wanted to be able to run at the native resolution of 5760x1200 and compare the performance to the Radeon HD 7970. We figured if any resolution is going to show the advantages of AMD's memory capacity and memory bandwidth edge it would be 5760x1200. We were absolutely surprised that the GeForce GTX 680 had no trouble keeping pace with the Radeon HD 7970 at 5760x1200. We thought this is the resolution we might see the GTX 680 bottleneck, but to our surprise no bottlenecks were experienced.

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Awsome just what I needed to see ty <3
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