Topic Title: Clone 3 displays to 3 other displays
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Created On: 08/16/2014 09:51 AM
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grolff
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I am looking to set up triple monitors using eyefinity or not (1080P) and mirror those to another set of triple monitors.  I do not need an extended desktop across all 6 displays.  Just the 3 monitors mirrored to the other 3 monitors.  3 monitors are dvi and the other 3 have dvi and hdmi inputs.

I currently have 2 geforce gtx 470s and have triple monitors in surround. I tried using dvi y splitters to duplicate each display to the other set but that did not work. I guess my cards don't support dual mode.

I am considering trying 3 powered dvi splitters, here, but I am open to buying new video cards to accomplish this as well.

Anyone have a solution for me?



Edited: 08/16/2014 at 10:18 AM by grolff
 08/17/2014 08:56 PM
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I'm not 100% familir with nVidia surrond, sorry. I'll have look into it and report back.

By the way, why is this on the AMD forums...and not on the nVidia forums ???

I am confused...



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