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Thread: News - ATI Eyefinity technology to drive six screens and 7.680x3,200 resolution

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    Re: News - ATI Eyefinity technology to drive six screens and 7.680x3,200 resolution

    6 monitors is a bit niche, probably, and I wouldn't - for one - want to pay the electricity bill. (The bill on just one 30" monitor is enough! That's why I went 24".)

    I'd eventually like to have 4 24" screens (3 side by side + a touch screen in my desk that mirrors the middle screen). A single card solution would be good.

    There was a 3870x2 (expensive, power-hungry) that had 4 outputs.

    Further, Hexus (or was it Tom's) showed 780g + ATI discrete card driving 4 displays.

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    Re: News - ATI Eyefinity technology to drive six screens and 7.680x3,200 resolution

    The real question is how far down the range is this going to go? If a £35 5550 supports three simultaneous digital outputs (dvi + 2xHDMI, maybe?) that's really going to shake things up...

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