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Old 02-06-10, 05:43 AM   #13
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knows somebody if there is a possibility to drive 3 projectors (xga -> 3.072x768) from one pc? certainly i need 2 graphic cards, but which? the window of the application has the size of 3072x768 px. and we need a high graphic performance for our 3D OpenGL software.

am i right in the assumption, that only the Fermi GF100 will solve my problem? : http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Nvi...ound,9394.html
apparently there is no common multimonitor-possibility with nvidia cards till the release of the new fermi cuda gmu's?

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You will need two fermi cards, or two last gen GF cards (E.G. GTX260 SLi) to run 3d Surround Vision and Surround Vision.

This is due to 2 X DVI outputs, the drivers will launch with fermi this financial quarter. (likely early March, according to rumor)

There is currently no OpenGL capability with 3d Vision; however, there are no longer OpenGL games either.
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Old 02-11-10, 08:49 AM   #14
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You will need two fermi cards, or two last gen GF cards (E.G. GTX260 SLi) to run 3d Surround Vision and Surround Vision.

This is due to 2 X DVI outputs, the drivers will launch with fermi this financial quarter. (likely early March, according to rumor)

There is currently no OpenGL capability with 3d Vision; however, there are no longer OpenGL games either.
Tell that to JC and his up coming Rage engine. He still uses OGL.
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Old 02-11-10, 12:54 PM   #15
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Tell that to JC and his up coming Rage engine. He still uses OGL.
John can PM me any time he'd like to....

Heh- for some reason I thought he was going DX this time. As Doom 3 was my favorite game the year it came out (and Doom 1, 2, Quake 1,2 as well) obviously I'll be disappointed if I can't play Doom4 in 3d Vision Surround.

Won't stop me from enjoying everything else in 3d Vision Surround though. Playing with that at CES was a sort of life altering event for me- once you've used it, hard to go back. (although I'm really enjoying "Dark Void" at 25X16 with High PhysX lately)

I can pretty much guarantee if my wife doesn't come through with two more 2233RZs for my B-day this summer I'll be buying them anyway. (the only reason I haven't yet is we're at the stage where we pretty much have what we want and it's a rare holiday where I actually get something I'm excited to receive anymore- this will be kick ass!)
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