Topic Title: Using different size HDTV
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Created On: 01/09/2014 05:57 PM
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 01/09/2014 05:57 PM
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inkabodpsin
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Hello everyone I am new at this so please bare with me. I am building a gaming PC with triple monitor setup. My question is regarding using HDTV for my monitors. The middle will be a 60" 1080p 240HZ the sides will be 47" 1080p 120HZ. All 3 have DVI connections. Will the eyefinity program allow me to line up the images properly. Or will I have a problem with miss alignment.I already have the tv's aligned properly on my entertainment center . So  if i run a line from left to right it lines up in the middle of all 3 monitors.

 01/10/2014 03:47 AM
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Third screen will have to use active Displayport->DVI adapter. Side TV's will probably have to be upscaled, otherwise they will look distorted, since they have the same resolution as the main screen, but are smaller in size. Eyefinity bezel compensation can take the gaps between the screens into account, but I don't think it has vertical lining up option, it would create a weird resolution that no game would accept.



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