This is what Left 4 Dead Looks Like at 3600x1920

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marudd2002

Really? Is that a real question? Have you honestly completely avoided attaining any knowledge of this product and still commented about it? w/e. anyways, Eyefinity is a NATIVE feature for ALL 5700 AND 5800 series Radeon cards. Please educate yourself before asking a question that would make a n00b feel superior. Thanks.

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Fanboys are annoying. Price/Performance is top priority. Patience=Awesome.

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DasHellMutt

Perhaps you should take a step back there. I am pretty sure he was refering to the as yet unreleased boards with 6 display port connectors. These are the only boards that can run this many displays. The other connectivity options are limited to some lower number. I just can't be bothered right now to go find all the details to fully educate you.

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DBsantos77

 If he doesn't know the features, I think it's a fair question. Nothing to rant about.

-Santos

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Sonickid101

I been playing at 3840 x 1024 and sometimes at 4320 x 900 for a while now with my Matrox TH2Go:DE with my dual 8800 GTS's for a while now. L4D and L4D2.

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nforce

i have been wating for the ATI Radeon HD 5870 eyefinity edition to come out any know of a date?

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GFC

I love multi-monitor setups, heck, I'm using one right now. I'm just not sure I'd want to play a game on more than one LCD. Am I alone in this? Or others feel like sometimes more is not better.

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Vegan

Another totally proofread article brought to you by MaxPC.

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devin3627

the "here" button in the first paragraph isn't a hyperlink... hm not to offend or anything. i just haven't found it elsewhere.

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Paul_Lilly

Fixed. Thanks for the heads up.

-Paul Lilly

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Who

you realize that unless our monitor is that res, we'll only be seeing at our highest resoultion

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Xerloq

If you zoom in so you have a 1:1 pixel ratio you'll be able to see it in all it's glory, albeit a small piece at a time. You'll have to pan around to see it all.

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devin3627

its talking about multiple monitor setup into one screen.

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