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68xx/69xx for 4 monitors in Eyefinity?

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Any member here running 4-monitor Eyefinity with a single HD68xx/69xx card?

If yes, please show a picture and tell me how your connect the card to the monitors. Thanks in advance.
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Plug 2 into DVI and get a mini DP-VGA adaptors for the other 2, and then just plug and play.

I think....
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I don't, but typically, it is

DVI/HDMI
DVI
DisplayPort
DisplayPort
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Quote:
Originally Posted by infinite illusions;11859335 
Plug 2 into DVI and get a mini DP-VGA adaptors for the other 2, and then just plug and play.

I think....
Quote:
Originally Posted by reflex99;11859358 
I don't, but typically, it is

DVI/HDMI
DVI
DisplayPort
DisplayPort

Thanks but I know the theory well myself. I do need to see it to put into actual practice.
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You don't wanna run 4 monitors because staring at a monitor seam right in front of you sucks.
Edited by tsm106 - 1/1/11 at 10:09pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tsm106;11859445 
You don't wanna run 4 monitors because staring at a monitor seem right in front of you sucks.

yeah I've always heard 3 thin bezel monitors are the best, I'd love to have a setup like that biggrin.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tsm106;11859445 
You don't wanna run 4 monitors because staring at a monitor seam right in front of you sucks.

It will not be ''4x1''mad.gif but ''3x1 +1''wink.gif
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