Originally Posted by Ishinomori
NVSurround requires that all monitors are connected using the same connection. i.e DVI
Whereas Eyefinity allows you to mix and match connectors.
I notice that you only have a single 580 3gb in your sigrig, you will need a second to run 2D surround, you will need tri-sli to run 3d surround (correct me if im wrong, but you need 2 connections per monitor, which would equate to 3 x 2 DVI port cards.)
Unless I'm seriously mistaken, 3D Vision requires dual-link DVI, but that is just a double-the-bandwidth 'normal' DVI setup (ports must be dual-link aware, and cable must be of higher standard than normal single link cables. Much like 2560x1600 monitors, which need dual-link DVI, but only use a single cable.
edit: I'm correct. A single cable to each monitor is sufficient, but they must be dual-link DVI. The required cables should come with 120Hz monitors.
Originally Posted by wermad
Played cod 2 for five hours straight. Got a little motion sickness and called it quits for the night. Still kinda playing around with bezel correction and the left screen's color (still a bit dark but this seems common,
If I don't get the bezel correction just
right, it makes me so
queasy when gaming. Like, run-to-the-toilet-pronto-want-to-throw-up queasy. Even being a couple of pixels off does it.
I can't get my monitors all the same colour anyway, as the centre one is different to the two sides. They're 'close enough' that it doesn't annoy me in games, though... although it drives me totally nuts when I'm trying to do photo-editing. I have a feeling a high-gamut 2560x1600 screen will soon be on my shopping list for my single-screen system, so I can use that for photo work.Edited by Paradigm Shifter - 9/7/11 at 12:44pm