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AMD R9 Fury X CrossfireX 12K Eyefinity Review



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Introduction


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Triple monitor configurations were massively useful a few years ago when the ‘new’ standard was 1080p and everyone wanted to have huge workspaces to process more information at once. While this was good back then, nowadays monitors can have up to 4x the resolution of 1080p in the form of 4K (2160p) and workers can fit a huge amount of information onto a single monitor.

How about when it comes to gaming? The surround monitors engulf you in a wealth of visual stimulation and even presents some details which you cannot normally see in a typical single monitor setup.

Last time we looked at our current top end cards, they all faired reasonably well when stacked against the mighty triple 4K configuration, but what about when we pitch the R9 Fury X crossfire duo against it? Let’s find out in today’s article.


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  • Thomas Olson

    Why not just have one giant monitor? What’s the point of this? You’re pushing three times the pixels for just about no gain. Just get a 48″ curved quantum dot TV and call it a day. More screen without the ugly bezels. It will run faster, and probably cheaper too.

    • Robert Johansson

      Normaly 3 screens allows an immersion for gaming you cant have with one single big screen.

      Thats the point a better gaming exprience.
      more screens also increase productivity at work.
      all good things

      • Thomas Olson

        Yeah, those giant black bars are extremely immersive… How is that better than one screen that is larger than these three combined? Even nicer with a curve.

        One 4k screen, you can split up into multiple as well for Windows productivity. 4k offers a lot more than just gaming goodness.

  • nem

    what about an gpuz shot ?