ATI's Eyefinity: 18 Games Benched on 3 and 6 Displays

When AMD launched its ATI Radeon HD 5000 series of graphics cards last fall, we saw stark performance increases, DirectX 11 support, superb power efficiency, and a technology that the company made sure was kept secret up until its launch: Eyefinity. At first, it was difficult to understand what made this new multi-display technology special, but today, the reason is clear.

What Eyefinity brought to the table was an effective way to play your games across multiple displays without the need of having to pony up hard cash for a special device (such as a Matrox TripleHead2Go). Instead, if you purchased an HD 5000 series card, you also bought yourself the ability to game on more than one display, even if you had no intentions of doing so.

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