Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 review
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Battlefield Bad Company 2
What a great game title this is. Check out the video. We have totally fine framerates and the game is very playable. Bezel correction is active here as you can see. Now here's where Eyefinity with six monitors disappoints, in the center middle of your screen, the crosshair and thus your focus is located. Here the Bezel creates a gap, and that is just annoying.
Your only option then is to disable Bezel management, but then the crosshair is split over two screens. s
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2
VERY impressive, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is looking great on Eyefinity. But much like Battlefield, the crosshair in the middle is smack down bull's-eye under the bezel. Absolutely annoying. The game itself obviously runs great, even at such an uber resolution. This was the one title that would not work properly in CrossfireX. But a single card at the highest settings with 4xAA still manages to produce an average framerate of roughly 40 FPS in this resolution.
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