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Any Single Cards out there>>?

So I tried the xfire thing, but apparently my Mobo doesn't have two x16 channels. I was hoping to add a third u2410 to my rig after getting a new GPU solution, but as stated, that isn't happening.

So the question is, are there any single card solutions (obviously by ATI/AMD) that could support three U2410 for gaming (mostly FPS)?
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More about single cards there
  1. the new 6950 would work
  2. Since that monitor has a display port in you dont even need an adapter. Any of the newer 5xxx cards or 6xxx cards that are at least 5770 will be able to handle 3 of those monitors, if you want to play across all 3 screens i would get at least a 5850 probably a 6970.
  3. hunter315 said:
    Since that monitor has a display port in you dont even need an adapter. Any of the newer 5xxx cards or 6xxx cards that are at least 5770 will be able to handle 3 of those monitors, if you want to play across all 3 screens i would get at least a 5850 probably a 6970.

    A previous poster seems to think I'd need two 6970's to run three U2410's at 1920 x 1200. I'm just trying to cut through the FUD, and opinions to get some facts. Any articles about this you could reference?
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    One HD 6970 (2GB version) can handle Eyefinity generally speaking, but there are games out there that can really stress a single HD 6970 though. See benchmarks below for 5760 x 1080.

    http://www.widescreengamingforum.com/wiki/AMD_Radeon_6970_6950_-_Featured_Review_Page_3
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