JustAnEngineer wrote:If you're going to use Eyefinity to stretch your gaming screen across all three monitors, they must all have the same resolution and orientation. If you're just going to have a multi-monitor display with the game on one and various web browsers, spread sheets, etc open on the Windows desktop on the others, then your monitors can be different sizes and orientations..
JustAnEngineer wrote:Yes. You can have two monitors combined into an Eyefinity group and have the third one not associated, assuming that the first two monitors have the same resolution and orientation.
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