Originally posted by Lowen Na
3 monitor gaming might be a gimmick, but 3 desktops can be very useful to some people.
And that's exactly why you won't see triple monitor support in a pure gaming card from NVIDIA, unless the market dictates this feature be a necessity. I won't deny this feature to be useful for professionals, but those people would be working on Quadros, FireGL's or Parhelias and not GeForces or Radeons.
I'd wager less than half of most computer users, both hardcore and otherwise don't have 2 monitors running simultaneously, much less 3, nor would a great number of these people have both the finances and desktop space to have a triple head setup.