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Aug 17, 10 at 11:38pm
sharknice


Great review.

I'm considering getting this card in a few weeks for a new build, but I have some concerns over the DisplayPort interfaces.

I'll be using it with 5 displays, 4 using DVI and 1 using HDMI. Since it comes with 2 DVI adapters I'll be set for 2 of my displays but what about the other 3? I see you can get DisplayPort to DVI and DisplayPort to HDMI for about $15. But do these adapters work with the card, and do they work without a loss in quality?

Also does the eyefinity software allow you to simply use 5 separate displays the way you would run multiple displays on a non-eyefinity setup?



Jul 13, 10 at 4:19am
leochan


We know Eyefinity means a wall of monitors, and PowerColor brings us their graphics card solution supporting an array of five displays. Sounds like it would make for an unconventional setup of monitors, so how does it fares in our latest review:





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