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November 13, 2013 2:04:14 PM

im looking to run eyefinity on three 720p resolution monitors, with crossfire graphics cards, i want to be able to run this games on high with atleast 40fps
or medium with atleast 50 fps
i would be running games like
battlefield 3 and 4
skyrim
call of duty ghosts
all the batman games
and need for speed most wanted

what gpus should i buy to crossfire and run these on eyefinity? i prefer flex edition cards so i dont have to buy $100 dp adapters
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November 13, 2013 2:09:28 PM

I would invest in a single higher resolution monitor or save up your money to get 3 1080p monitors. Seems like a waste of money in my opinion to have three screens with such a low resolution.
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November 13, 2013 2:11:15 PM

burdenbound said:
I would invest in a single higher resolution monitor or save up your money to get 3 1080p monitors. Seems like a waste of money in my opinion to have three screens with such a low resolution.


i already have all 3 monitors, my family gave em to me because they all upgraded.
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November 13, 2013 2:14:49 PM

Right now, the only AMD cards that are able to run Eyefinity with frame pacing successfully enabled are the R9-290 series. Anything less than that, you will run into the frame pacing problem. That means your performance might show good FPS numbers, but the experience will feel more like a single card in terms of the smoothness of your on-screen movements.

That said, even the R9-290 series still suffers from poor frame pacing in DirectX 9 games like Skyrim. If you're not locked into AMD Crossfire, your games list is a better match for Nvidia SLI, with Skyrim for one, and then several PhysX and Nvidia optimized games (COD: Ghosts, Batman: Arkham series) that would only allow their full settings with an Nvidia setup.
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November 13, 2013 2:15:39 PM

Why does it have to be crossfire instead of one fast GPU? Why are you shooting for such marginal framerates? What is your budget?
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