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3 monitor set up - help

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Guys

Below is a picture of my new set up



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I have 3 X Samsung 27" SD27d590cs connected to my Nvidia GTX 660TI



I have activated the bezal setting in the nvidia control panel as explained.



My question is this. In wide screen i notice that whilst the center monitor is sharp the side monitors are blurry. This is not only at speed but also went stationary.

i suspect there is an art to getting things set up. Would appreciate it if someone could share



regards

Daren

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Did you enable wideview? Other than that there really isn't any way to overcome the stretching at the edges. Also zoom in to 1.0 that will eliminate some of it.

 

I have heard of some people using warping software even though they don't have a projector but not sure how that would work with surround.

 

A 660 is a bit light for 3 screens though so i'm not sure if you'd have enough vram to run that additional software.

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i suspect there is an art to getting things set up. Would appreciate it if someone could share



regards

Daren

 

Some good advice above but to clarify is the blurriness constant across each side monitor

or is it greater at the outer edges of each monitor?

 

gb.

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What is the flightsim you are using ?

 

FSX and FSX-SE need NVSurround for the best framerate, but it gives stretched side views.

One main view with 2 undocked views will take 70-80% of you framerate away compared to a 1 monitor view.

 

P3Dv3.2 now has optimized multimonitor support.

One main view with 2 undocked views will take 50% away compared to a 1 monitor view.

And the overall framerate has improved by 10-15% too.

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