Great article, Steven! This was precisely the kind of inquiry I was hoping to find right now.
Currently, I'm very interested in running a three-monitor gaming setup (really just to see what all the fuss is about) with 3 displays at 1920x1080 each, which I believe in landscape mode will put me at about 5760x1080?
The question I was very interested in was whether a single high-powered dual-gpu card such as the ones you tested in this article would be able to play popular titles at smooth frame rates. For my own needs, I probably wouldn't need more than medium or high settings, so I'm guessing right now that it is a very doable thing.
This is awesome! A detailed post at that! Please continue to write such great content. Thank you!
11,000 million = 11 billion
technically correct but do you say '10 hundred' or do you say 'one thousand'...?
LOL...anyway good article
Just a basic question...
All 'basic' GT590x we can find on the market can drive 2 or 3 30p monitor at 2560x1600 without exceptions ?
All these top cards have 3 DVI-D as a basic on nvidia spec / ATI spec ?
Thanks for your answers
"I don't know enough tech to use Google or browse Nvidia's website, but I think I'm interested in buying an enthusiast class graphics card and $3000+ worth of 30" IPS screens"
Maximum resolution is 3 x 2560x1600 ( 7680 x 1600 )
>ATI has nothing to do the the GTX 590.
>Technically the GTX 590 has three dual-link DVI-I (digital+analogue)
>The GTX 590 also has DisplayPort (mini)
No problem. Let us know if you need help deciding what supercomputing cluster to opt for.