Techtorial: You know what's better than Battlefield 3 running on GTX 680? A dual-SLI setup previewed on three 'multi-synced' monitors. Certified fresh for all BF3 fans.
That's cool and all but it kind of defeats the purpose when the video quality low.
yeah video doesnt rally do these gfx cards justice other then sowing how stable the framerate is
i still prefer one huge hdtv over 3 monitors, sli 680 is where its at
I prefer my 28 inch led screen infront of this. Why? The only thing that i dont like is the "black borders" that is made when puting 3 screens together , it take out the "widescreen" feeling imo.
I dont like it either, it would annoy the hell out of me
Local PC store has a widescreen monitor that's like 3 monitors but there's no borders just one piece. Can't remember the name of it but yea makes a huge difference without the borders.
Yeah they have borderless ones. It's just one large long monitor bent into 3 segments.
The only thing I "don't see" when actually gaming on my triple screen is the bezels, you're too focused on the action on screen to notice it! I can't play iracing or rfactor without triples now although in games like bf3 or skyrim I don't think it has anywhere much as use.
It looks too distorted. I fear it would either make me sick or give me a headache... and if not, those black borders would drive me crazy.
Why the hell do people always use the Going Hunting mission to show off BF3 videos?? Especially if you're showing off the worlds most powerful single GPU out there. I would show off a more graphically intensive mission..
Yeah like OP Guilletine.
The low quality video made look like shit
The monitors on the end give of a distortion of shape.looks shit. Why would u want that.the guy near the jet for example goes way out of shape when he turns to him and then looks back and he looks miles away. Weird shit. 50" plasma over this malarky lol
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