Originally Posted by DinaAngel
GeForce GTX 690 Multi-GPU On
> Maximum Resolution: 2560x1600 per display
> Maximum Displays: 3
> With Multi-GPU enabled, displays must be connected using DVI connectors 2 and 3, plus the
> Orientation can be defined per display.
Using all three DVI connections does work in SLI. Why it says that I don't know but that's how I ran mine (my GTX 690) and I have pictures of my brothers rig with his GTX 690 playing BF3 with it set-up that way from yesterday. You don't want to mix display connections because it can cause screen tearing.
Originally Posted by juanP
so i clicked on the "activate all displays" checkbox. and all the three displays work. but i guess sli is disabled then.
Why do you want to "activate all displays" instead of "span displays with surround"? Connect all your monitors via DVI, turn on surround and "configure" your displays. You want all three via DVI or you'll get horrible screen tearing.
If you are running three 60hz monitors have them all connected via DVI to DVI, run them in surround and then in NVidia control panel - 3d Settings - Manage 3D settings - turn on vertical sync, turn on triple buffering and have pwer management at maximum performance. Limit your FPS to 60FPS in EVGA PrecisionX or MSI Afterburner and thats it. Never turn on Vsync in game.
That way you'll have 0% screen tearing in all situations with 0% input lag and never have to set it in game etc. In games like BF3 where it's available enable triple buffering in game but never vsync and let EVGA PrecisionX handle limiting the framerate.