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Hey, I have 2 17" dell 1024x768s and an ASUS 1920x1080 I want to put them in PLP so that the 1024 of the dells line up with the 1080 on the ASUS, can eyefinity do that or will I have to use softth?

I couldnt find anything more recent than 09 in the search function,sorry if its a silly question
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SoftTH can do that mixing of various resolutions. The latest version is 2.0.4
Download here: http://softth.com/?page_id=92

The pros is that it is free but it only supports a fairly limited number of games. Check the list to see if your favourite games are there.
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so eyefinity cant do that mixing of res/orientation?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Shurr View Post
so eyefinity cant do that mixing of res/orientation?
No. Eyefinity cannot do that.

Quote:
Can I support different resolutions?

All monitors running in a Display Group or cloned modes must be running with the same resolution. If monitors have different native resolutions, the highest common non-native resolution between the monitors will be used when creating Display Groups. Monitors running in extended desktop mode can have independent resolutions.
link:
http://www.amd.com/us/products/techn....aspx#diff-res
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