Originally Posted by milbrandt1
I think you stated at first that you cannot use the second monitor on an SLI card then in the second statement you can.
Maybe I wasn't clear enough.
You can, using surround vision.
It will make your screen be a one big monitor, instead of two monitors.
So if you are using two 1920X1200 monitors for example, it will make your computer think, that you have one large 3840x1200 monitor instead of two.
This will allow you to play across both of them, but since you have the frame in the middle, its not really fun.
So basically you have two options:
1. Both monitors on the first card, each monitor is separate in how windows detect them, and you can only plan full screen on one.
2. One monitor on each card, using surround, meaning windows see it as one big screen. Playing full screen you will have to force choose it as 1920X1200 on primary monitor, or you will get the game in the middle of both the monitors.Edited by Defoler - 10/28/10 at 2:40pm