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Is anyone running 3, 22", portrait eyefinity? How does it compare to landscape? How many inches diagonally do you get by pairing 3, 22"? Better yet does anyone have a picture of this setup? I can't find it on youtube. Tried to google it but most are landscape.
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Originally Posted by DaRookie View Post
Is anyone running 3, 22", portrait eyefinity? How does it compare to landscape? How many inches diagonally do you get by pairing 3, 22"? Better yet does anyone have a picture of this setup? I can't find it on youtube. Tried to google it but most are landscape.
That would be 3240x1920

Games are gonna look gorgeous. It's just so beatiful.

The total size would be 38"-42"

Aspect ratio = 16:9.48 (between 16:9 and 16:10)

Video probably has 24" that's juts about what's it gonna look like


Edited by De-Zant - 2/3/11 at 2:27pm
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Man, that setup look sweet. I only hope my next setup can get as much space. The bezels are thing on those LCD's are thin. Hopefully all my transactions goes well so I can get similar setup!
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Is there an advantage to this? I'm just curious, as I like the idea of a big screen, but wouldn't it be better to get a large monitor? Something about having the picture split twice bothers me. I'd prefer a continuous picture.
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Is there an advantage to this? I'm just curious, as I like the idea of a big screen, but wouldn't it be better to get a large monitor? Something about having the picture split twice bothers me. I'd prefer a continuous picture.
yes there is and that would be the much higher resolution. right now the highest resolution I have seen on a single monitor is 2560x1600. I am pretty sure you can get a higher resolution through a projector, though I am not quite sure of that.
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yes there is and that would be the much higher resolution. right now the highest resolution I have seen on a single monitor is 2560x1600. I am pretty sure you can get a higher resolution through a projector, though I am not quite sure of that.
Even if you got a higher res, graphics cards of today only support 2560x1600. Seems weird to actually have reached a point where our cards don't support better monitors, but you'd actually need multiple outputs to support a higher res. There might be some professional cards (e.g. non-gaming cards) that support higher resolutions though.
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Even if you got a higher res, graphics cards of today only support 2560x1600. Seems weird to actually have reached a point where our cards don't support better monitors, but you'd actually need multiple outputs to support a higher res. There might be some professional cards (e.g. non-gaming cards) that support higher resolutions though.
What are u talking about? If you saw the above posted video, the guy is running 3240x1920. Now if graphic cards only support 2560x1600, how could he run 3240x1920?
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Even if you got a higher res, graphics cards of today only support 2560x1600. Seems weird to actually have reached a point where our cards don't support better monitors, but you'd actually need multiple outputs to support a higher res. There might be some professional cards (e.g. non-gaming cards) that support higher resolutions though.
Graphic cards support more resolutions than 2560x1600. Haven't you seen eyefinity running 5760x1080 +? Also, you don't need mutliple graphic cards to support higher resolutions. A single ATI can support up to 6 monitor, I believe it's ATI 5870 Eyefinity 6 version. I could be stating the wrong card model but it is possible with ATI GPU's
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What are u talking about? If you saw the above posted video, the guy is running 3240x1920. Now if graphic cards only support 2560x1600, how could he run 3240x1920?
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Graphic cards support more resolutions than 2560x1600. Haven't you seen eyefinity running 5760x1080 +? Also, you don't need mutliple graphic cards to support higher resolutions. A single ATI can support up to 6 monitor, I believe it's ATI 5870 Eyefinity 6 version. I could be stating the wrong card model but it is possible with ATI GPU's
None of you noticed that we were talking single monitors?
Current graphics cards only support 2560x1600 per output. Eyefinity and Surround setups have multiple <2560x1600 res monitors that run off different outputs.

I even mentioned in my post that if you could run a single display off multiple outputs, then you'd be able to do higher resolutions.

Not to be a douche, but please read what I'm quoting. You took my post out of context.

Here are the HD 6970 specs. Notice how the max res is 2560x1600 on the digital outputs and actually lower on the analog (and HDMI for some reason).
http://img19.imageshack.us/img19/2009/15876657.png
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LOL, you're right, my bad. I'm always telling people to read with their eyes not with their mouth. So hypocritical of me sorry.
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