Ultrawide resolution and multi-monitor question

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  1. sg333

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    Just wondering would this sort of setup be possible with rF2:

    Centre screen of 3440x1440 ultrawide 21:9
    2x outside screens of 2560x1440 16:9

    Is this type of triple-screen setup possible given the different aspect ratios and resolutions?

    Purely a question out of curiosity at this point :)
     
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    Was looking about this some days ago and after reading some other posts and examples of people that did it it seems possible with AMD cards, not with Nvidia. The posts I saw were some months old so things could have changed on the Nvidia side.
     
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    I was looking at maybe doing this with a GTX 1080 (thats a lot of pixels to push, after all) but I have no idea if this would be something done on RF2 side or Nvidia control panel even. If its possible with AMD then maybe thats something that can be done via their control software?

    Not sure if someone from ISI maybe can chime in? :)
     
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    I did this for a short time with my AMD card. I had three different monitors. It worked fine. Since then I've purchased three inexpensive AOC monitors and they work fine with AMD too. I often toy with the idea of making the center monitor a TV and the two side monitors the AOCs, but I just never seem to get around to it.
     

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