Top
180°

Triple-screen gaming on today's graphics cards

The Tech Report - Nearly three years have passed since AMD made multi-screen gaming a reality with Eyefinity-equipped Radeons. Matrox technically got there first with its ill-fated Parhelia graphics card—and a decade ago, in fact—but its TripleHead scheme never caught on with gamers. The Parhelia's underlying GPU wasn't really fast enough to produce smooth frame rates across multiple displays, and that didn't encourage developers to take advantage of the capability.

Read Full Story >>
techreport.com
The story is too old to be commented.