Originally Posted by dseg
I was looking at some tri monitor setups and gaming on them does not look like what I expected. It looks like I would get a headache. It may be a cool experience for a short while but ultimately I may stick to one screen.
Plus getting 3 monitors to work for a game looks to be a task on its own.
it's only a headache when you're actively trying to process all 3 screens (which is the wrong way to use it anyway) - you're supposed to start viewing games more naturally and let peripheral vision be encompassed by game space instead of your desk
and most modern games work fine in surround, most do natively. those that don't are usually fixed by freeware software like Flawless Widescreen
the whole conception that surround is a "headache" or "pain" is becoming as old as "sli is a headache"