Anyone running Nvidia Surround across 3 monitors?

#1 Posted by Krakn3Dfx (2701 posts) -

Contemplating replacing my GTX470 w/ a GTX660Ti so I can game across 3 25" LCDs. I had gone back and forth considering a change to AMD for Eyefinity, but now that Nvidia has the option, I'm wondering how well it works and what percentage of games out there will support it. Gets me more than a little excited thinking about running Borderlands 2 across 3 screens, so if I can do that, I think I'm in for this. Already have 2 25" screens, so it would just be a matter of picking up a 3rd along with the videocard.

Anyone have experience with this?

#2 Posted by Korwin (3299 posts) -

I'm running it right now. It's comparable Eyefinity from a support stand point, that being said there are still quite a lot of games out there that take some effort to get running in proper ultra wide (that or they just don't work at all). I've been using portrait mode a lot more recently simply because it's a lot more compatible with a wider range of games, also the immersion factor is pretty huge with so much vertical screen space.

#3 Posted by Krakn3Dfx (2701 posts) -

Went ahead and ordered the 660Ti, Newegg is having a deal on the EVGA Superclocked making it $290 after a $10 MIR, which knocks off $20, plus the free copy of Borderlands 2.

Looking forward to getting it, hope it shows up by the weekend :)

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