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Eyefinity, 3 monitors on a single GTX 690

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Heyyyyyyyy.

I have a quick couple of questions that I hope some of you more experienced techies can help me out on.

Is it possible to go eyefinity/surround (In portrait to go 3240 x 1920) 3 x 1920 x 1080p True 120hz through a single GTX 690. It has 2 Dual Link DV-I I's and one Dual Link DV-I D.

I only have a single 690 and am planning on going something like dual titans or alike in the near future ... however at the moment just want to stick with the 690. If the 780's are released with 6gb VRAM for <£600 like now I'll buy four of those. I would like to get more 690's but from what I understand they don't stack too well with eachother when it comes to multiple monitor setups, and if I eventually want to max out these 3 screens at 120hz with max AA 'nd all I would need the 780/Titans.

Anyway, if It's possible to run these of a single 690 (I know that I'll be hard pressed to even approach 60 hz lt alone 120hz while using all 3 of these monitors in anything but the lowest of settings), can anyone recommend some thin-bordered 120hz screens please?

Brief System specifications: Asus Rampage IV Extreme, i7-3930k, Asus GTX 690,16/32GB 2400/3000 MHz RAM, 1kW PSU. Everything will be watercooled in a crazy way soon and if all goes to plan Ima OC everything apart from the RAM.

Thanks for looking even if you can't answer!

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#1 nVidia = Surround AMD = Eyefinity
#2 Yes. though your games are not going to be dinging 120FPS (except older games on low)
#3 Balls to the walls maxed out settings + 8x AA well.. i dont even think 4 780's will be able to push that on most of today's games AND still manage 120FPS VSync
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Awesome thanks. Will see how the 690 holds up and maybe wait until some dual-GPU versions of the titan come out, kinda like how the 690's are two 680's in one card.
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