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670 and three monitors

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Jetster, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. Jetster

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    Anyone running three monitors with a 670? Any Issues? Had a friend ask he currently has a 6950 Cross fire set up and Eyefinity.
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    nobody uses Nvidia with three monitors for gamming? How well does it work. What Res you can run and so on.
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    It's a brand new thing I don't know how many people you will find with them. A single 670 is as fast as my pair of 470's in most games so I can't imagine it will have trouble.
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    Thanks, Im aware of its capability with a single monitor. My frined has always been a AMD Eyefinity fan and he is thinking of switching. So im sure someone has tried.
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    I meant with nv surround as well that's what I use my pair of 470's for. 5040x1050 only thing I would say with it is get the 4gb model or high res will kill that card.
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    i would go with the 4gb version if u a planing for more than one monitor to be sure u don't run out of memory ^^;
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