Quote:I suppose that when gaming, you'd be fine with the second monitor off. So you'd turn CrossFire on again.
The DP to DL-DVI adapter might be a good idea but it'll have to be active.
Nvidia allows monitors to be connected across multiple cards, but I have no idea about the dynamics of it. What monitors get turned off, what monitors stay on, do they have to be part of triple surround, etc... I'm sure an Nvidia owner could chime in and tell us.
With Nvidia & AMD passing frames over the PCI Express bus for multi-monitor, multi-GPU scenarios, it's now simpler to connect monitors across displays and I hope AMD get around to allowing that with CrossFire. That, and CrossFire support in Windowed mode.
Quote:I agree with you, however it was quite difficult to get a friend with a PayPal account to pay for the monitor, and I paid $70 here to get the monitor. To send it back would cost me too much extra time, effort, and money that it wasn't worth it for the blue pixel. Wouldn't upset me as I got an otherwise amazing panel and I wouldn't want to get rid of a single stuck blue pixel and get a worse sample, and possibly more defective pixels. There's no way to get a Perfect Pixel monitor for sure, so that's the best I could do.
Edited by yasamoka - 3/3/14 at 9:27am