Appears happy, although I've only really tested it in Saints Row 3 so far.
Some stuff for those who might be interested...
With two screens attached, no Surround option enabled:
With three screens (two via DVI, one via HDMI) you get Surround:
Options available (Centred Taskbar, monitor maximise to one screen):
I'd post a shot of my desktop, but it's 14MB for some reason...
I'm running the same fan profile I did for my GTX460s, and it idles at 31*C (40% fan, essentially inaudible) and loads (99% load after 10 minutes of SR3 at Ultra, 6064x1200) at 64*C. At that temp the fan is at 73%, and is audible if the game is silent - but I don't do silence in games - in fact, I rarely do silence when on a PC... music is almost always playing. Desktop idle (no apps open) is about 1% of GPU usage. Open Foobar2000 with a visualisation and that goes to 10%, but temps don't increase.
The really interesting bit for me is that I see Afterburner reporting >2GB VRAM usage on a card with 2GB of VRAM. I saw 2101MB for a fraction of a second at one point. Of course, that was accompanied by epic stutterfest
but as soon as it dropped below 2048MB again it was smooth as silk. This GPU has a serious amount of power in it. It puts GTX460 SLI (similar in price when launched) to absolute, complete and total shame
I call that a win! The new drivers fixed every issue I had with nVidia Surround... or at least, most of them. I'd like the ability to run 2x1 in games, but it's not really essential for me.
Some SR3 eyecandy:
These were 6064x1200, Ultra (DX11, everything maxed, 16xAF, 8xMSAA)... centred HUD! If only all games supported Surround/EyeFinity this well!
Other games to come.