Posts Tagged ‘eyefinity’

Anandtech Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Review

Anandtech has a nine page review of the AMD Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 posted. This card sports 6 mini-DisplayPorts, and comes with two mini-DisplayPorts to DisplayPorts adapters. In addition, it has 2 passive mini-DisplayPorts to single-link DVI adapters and one passive mini-DisplayPorts to HDMI adapter. The GPU core runs at 850MHz core and the memory […]

Guru3D posts Eyefinity6 Video

Guru3d has posted a video showing an Eyefinity6 setup in action. The take-away from this video, just like the last one we posted about, is that in a 3×2 configuration, the bezels get in the way. This is especially true in first person shooter games.


3X2 Eyefinity Gaming Experience

Previously [H]ard|OCP posted a video reviewing how easy it is to game with ATI’s eyefinity feature, assuming that you have the right hardware and LCD screens to do it. Now, [H]ard|OCP has posted a video review of the gaming performance of the ATI Radeon 5870 2GB graphics card. This card is running a 3×2 tiled […]

Eyefinity6 in action

Guru3d has been playing around with the new, and still unreleased, Eyefinity6 cards from AMD. Eyefinity6 graphics cards are slated to be released on March 29. Currently we are testing ATI’s Radeon 5870 Eyefinity6 – in CrossfireX actually. Early next week we’ll have a nice article ready for you where we’ll show you how to […]

5×1 Eyefinity setup

Imagine putting five 22″ LCD monitors together to run a 5×1 Eyefinity setup. That is a total screen resolution of 8400×1050. That is not too shabby. The setup was a Intel E5200 CPU running at 3.33 GHz, 4GB of memory, and a Radeon HD5850. The game they are playing is DIRT2. Of course, a 5×1 […]

PowerColor HD5770 Eyefinity 5 card official

Guru3D has posted a news item today on the PowerColor HD5770 Eyefinity5 card. The card runs its GPU core at 850 MHz, while the 1GB of DDR5 memory runs at 1200 MHz. You can find out more information about the card in its press release. This is a slower card than the HD5870 which supports […]


First Time Gaming Experience with ATI Eyefinity

[H]ard|OCP has posted a video reviewing how easy it is to game with ATI’s eyefinity feature, assuming that you have the right hardware and LCD screens to do it. They take three games that have been released recently, and show how well it works. One issue that crops up is the ATI badge overlays the […]

Eyefinity6 Launch Date and Preview at GDC 2010 is reporting the the launch date for Eyefinity6 will be March 29th. That should be just after Nvidia releases the GTX 480 and GTX 470, which is scheduled for will be March 26th. It looks like ATI plans on spoiling Nvidia’s launch. Until then, they are glad to provide you a video interview with […]


XFX Eyefinity6 at CEBIT

XFX is showing off a Radeon HD 5970 Eyefinity6 card at CEBIT this week. has snagged photos of the card, and posted some information on it. Since the site is in Dutch, I have taken the Google translation and posted it in full below. Hit the site for more photos of the graphics […]

ATI Eyefinity on six screens: first look review

Well just color me jealous. The PC Pro Lab had a chance to play with the AMD Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 yesterday. They were able to get six 1080p monitors running at a total resolution of 5,760 x 2,160, or 12.4 million pixels. (For the sake of comparison, a single 30″ monitor is 2560 x […]


Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity-6

As we have reported before, on March 11, AMD will launch its Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 edition with 2GB of GDDR5. This extra memory is needed to handle the larger framebuffer when you are running in 6 monitor mode. In all other respects, such a clock and memory speeds, the card is exactly a stock […]

AMD Addressing Radeon Issues

[H]ard|OCP has been a huge fan of the latest line of AMD Radeon graphics cards, and they have especially been fond of Eyefinity. However, not everything is perfect with the Radeon graphics cards, and [H]ard|OCP writes an editorial about these issues. In particular, there are two things that AMD is working to correct. Some users […]