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Tri-Fire will scale awesome because your system fits the 2 basic needs for multi GPU scaling that people are to stupid to understand that you need.

1. CPU Power, Unlike most people who want to run multiple GPU's you sir have the CPU power required to drive them.

2. Resolution, With your monitors high resolution it meens more load will be placed on the GPU's which meens better scaling

Also go with the ATI cards, The extra VRAM they have over the GTX580's will come in useful at your monitors resolution
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Tri-Fire will scale awesome because your system fits the 2 basic needs for multi GPU scaling that people are to stupid to understand that you need.

1. CPU Power, Unlike most people who want to run multiple GPU's you sir have the CPU power required to drive them.

2. Resolution, With your monitors high resolution it meens more load will be placed on the GPU's which meens better scaling

Also go with the ATI cards, The extra VRAM they have over the GTX580's will come in useful at your monitors resolution
Unfortunately for me my board won't be able to fit 3 dual slot cards, I'll have to get something like an asus sabertooth to run those cards, which is gonna cost me another $200 but I'm willing to make the sacrifice if needed.
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Unfortunately for me my board won't be able to fit 3 dual slot cards, I'll have to get something like an asus sabertooth to run those cards, which is gonna cost me another $200 but I'm willing to make the sacrifice if needed.
Dude 2 will be enough
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With that res you won't see a difference (maybe a small one) from two->three cards. I'd go with unlocked 6950's and save yourself money. If you go running Eyefinity/Surround vision, then we can talk about triple card setups
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