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  1. TheSurroundGamer

    Metro: Last Light on Three Monitors!

    Metro: Last Light Benchmark - Nvidia Surround - GTX 670 3-Way SLI: Hey, is anyone else out there running this game across multiple displays? Requires some pretty beefy hardware, is your rig up to it?
  2. Biff73

    7970 eyefinity question

    I am using 2 xfx 7970 dd crossfired & plan on using 3x Aoc i2757fh ips monitors for 3x1 eyefinity setup, as it only has hdmi,if i am correct i only need a zotac mini display port to dual hdmi splitter,meaning i connnect 1 monitor to gpu hdmi & the other 2 monitors to the spliiter right?please...
  3. A

    7970 PCI 2.0 and PCI 3.0 Eyefinity

    Hi all, I currently have 1 Sapphire 7970 GPU with a P8P67 Deluxe with a 2600K and I am running 3x23" LCD screen in eyefinity resolution 5760x1080. I am wondering what should I upgrade with. Upgrade option#1: Buy 1 either i7 3770k cpu or the i5 3570k Buy 1 z77 MB Upgrade option#2: Buy a 2nd...
  4. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 7870 FleX

    The Sapphire 7870 FleX supports Eyefinity out of the box, without any need for special monitors or adapters. It's great tech, but can this card bring enough horsepower to support great Eyefinity gaming at extreme resolutions? Click Sapphire Radeon 7870 FleX for the full review.
  5. Skyguy

    Sapphire 7950 FleX

    This Sapphire 7950 FleX takes advantage of the increased horsepower from AMD's latest generation, with a more powerful GPU and a boost of GDDR5 memory to 3GB, looking to bring Eyefinity gaming experiences to the diehard enthusiasts. Click Sapphire 7950 FleX for the full review.
  6. Dawgdoc

    Eyefinity vs Nvidia Surround

    What is the current thinking on these setups? Is 1 better than the other? Assuming enough GPU "horsepower" do they hinder performance? Is it just a gimicky thing or do people who have seen these setups or have them for their own computers like them after the extra expense? Are there any...
  7. Skyguy

    Sapphire VID-2X

    Sapphire’s latest peripheral is the VID-2X. What the VID-2x does is take a single video output from your desktop or laptop and gives you double the pixels across two monitors. This device doesn’t just stretch the same 1080p image across two monitors; it actually scales up to a resolution of...
  8. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 6450 FleX

    The Sapphire Radeon 6450 FleX is a low-power graphics card that can run Eyefinity without the need for a DisplayPort monitor or active adapter; the technology is directly on the card itself. That's quite an added bonus for a card that's only $60 to begin with. Click...
  9. Skyguy

    Sapphire 6970 FleX Battlefield 3 Edition

    What's so special about this Sapphire 6970 FleX BF3 Edition? Well, it supports Eyefinity out of the box with no need for expensive DisplayPort or adapters. That capability is built directly into the card itself, independent of the monitors being used. This means that any monitors with DVI ports...
  10. Skyguy

    VisionTek Radeon 6970 2GB

    We all have some type of thirst for that absolute beast of a GPU, whether it’s for gaming purposes or you’re an enthusiast who wants the flashiest rig his or her money can buy. We are here to get down and dirty and see what VisionTek is offering us in their iteration of the HD6970 AMD...
  11. Skyguy

    HIS 6950 IceQ X Turbo 2GB

    Today we're looking at the 6950 IceQ X Turbo 2GB graphics card that comes with a competitive price of $250 after rebate, one of the least expensive out there. Featuring a custom heatsink from one of HIS' popular designs, it's got quite a unique aesthetic with a translucent shroud and sleek...
  12. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 6770 FleX Edition

    What's so special about this Sapphire 6770 FleX graphics card? Well, it supports Eyefinity out of the box with no need for expensive DisplayPort or adapters. That capability is built directly into the card itself, independent of the monitors being used. Click HERE for the full review.
  13. Skyguy

    PowerColor Radeon 6790

    The PowerColor Radeon 6790 is the latest in AMD’s Barts lineup, and is positioned to take on the Nvidia GTX 550 Ti in a battle of the budget cards. Priced at $149, this new card looks to offer great gaming value for consumers on a modest budget, promising great temperatures and frugal power...
  14. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 6950 FleX

    We've seen a couple other Sapphire FleX graphics card, most recently the 6870 version. But that card didn't have the horsepower to push respectable framerates at extreme resolutions across three displays. But this 6950 makes a big jump, with a more powerful GPU and 2GB of GDDR5 memory, looking...
  15. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 5770 FleX

    Sapphire now brings what promises to be a game-changer of a card to consumers: the Radeon 5770 FleX. What's so special about the FleX? Well, it's the first card that supports Eyefinity out of the box, and no expensive DisplayPort or adapters required at all. This means that your garden variety...
  16. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 5550 Ultimate

    The Sapphire Radeon 5550 Ultimate is a low-power, passively cooled, budget graphics card, marketed to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. It's almost the baby of the 5000 series Radeon cards, with the 5450 sitting one...
  17. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 5850 Toxic 2GB

    This limited edition Sapphire 5850 Toxic graphics card sports a huge 2GB of memory, up from the usual 1GB. This should help when running antialiasing at higher resolutions, so we'll do exactly that on several very demanding games. But the Toxic also comes with the same impressive Vapor-X...
  18. Skyguy

    Asus Eah5670 1gb Gddr5

    ASUS typically brings some unique features to the table with their graphics cards, and even at a lower price range the EAH5670 1GB is no exception. A few interesting software utilities, along with a custom heatsink, make this budget gaming card a rather attractive package. Let's take a...
  19. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon HD5570 1GB DDR3

    The Sapphire Radeon 5570 is a low-power budget graphics card, marketed in the $80 range to consumers who are interested in some light gaming, and indeed the card is more capable than the lowly 5450 in terms of gaming performance. At this price range, the Nvidia GeForce GT 240 is the...
  20. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 512MB

    The Sapphire Radeon 5450 is a very small, low-power, silent, budget graphics card, marketed in the sub-$50 range to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. It's the baby of the 5000 series Radeon cards, and offers some...
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