Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by b1gdan, May 13, 2011.
Looks like it uses only 2 of your 3 monitors and I meant GTX 200 Series.
But according to this you don't.
WELL!!! i dont have enough room in my pc for tht lol... So that sucks!!
GF200= "gtx, gt, gts 200's series" i was thinkin the same, surround with fermi needs 2 cards minimum so this is what you can expect from GF200, one card for monitor lol
You don't need three cards for SLI surround. It's clearly just not letting you run native resolution for some reason; just to make sure - all your displays support 1920x1080 @ 60hz?
[EDIT] by the way, make sure 3D Vision is turned off
yea all my displays can run 1920 x 1080 or 1920 x 1200
now if i wanted to double check if the 3d vision is turned off where would i go? Not being dumb i just want to make sure im looking in the right place
He is right
that link is all the compatable
Look above that picture where it says '2-way SLI':
So... maybe try pluggin two monitors into the other card.
GeForce GTX 580 / 570 / 560 Ti
GTX 480 / 470 / 465 / 460
only works for them not my series
but i can sli on one screen!! so more power for rendering a powerful game or 3d modelling rendering
Look at the diagram again
it also applies to GeForce GTX 285 / 280 / 275 / 260
o yea!!!! so what would you suggest?
try another driver, try plugging your screens into different cards, otherwise there's nothing else I can think of
mmm i will look now for some other drivers i wouldnt know what to use though
drivers i cant seem to find!! could anyone help please to achieve 5760 x 1080
this is what it shows
***bump*** if anyone can go into a bit more detail with this one?
Reading around it looks like the sync polarity on your Benq might be opposite to the polarity on your Samsungs at the native resolution
You could try a setting up a custom resolution for the Benq and reversing the polarity, though I don't know if that would have an adverse effect on the monitor or just cause it to revert to the previous resolution when you try to apply it.