In the following video's we'll be showing you a high-def recording of a couple of applications and games. This method, we feel, will get you a better idea of what you can expect, what's hot and what's not.
In the examples below we opted to show you some games with and also without Bezel management. Bare in mind you can choose your preference (if the game will allow a custom resolution (bezel managed)).
Ehm .. Productivity mode?
Now you could also use the screens in work environments for presentations, information boards like you see at the airport and really a multitude of choices and options come to mind.
But you and me as couch potato know that the RV870 GPUs empowering the Radeon HD 5870 cards have plenty of raw Video processing power to to some wicked stuff. Check out the chill video.
So here we have four 1080P video streams while I'm browsing the web, do a little Photoshop, I could work a little of course as well. Mind you that we are still using that mid-range Phenom II system okay? Now obviously of you reproduce this at home for similar reasons like shown in the video .. then you are spoiled my man. But this is fun, really a lot of fun.
Okay, what you guys want to see are games I guess ...
Resident Evil 5
Here we have Resident Evil 5 -- we show the benchmark as it's a nice way to show you performance with the actual readable framerate on screen. For RE5 we have not enabled Bezel management which immediately looks distorted. We are playing in a native 5040x2100 resolution. As you can see at roughly 60-'ish frames per second we have nothing to worry about, the game will be absolutely playable.
Batman Arkham Asylum
In Batman Arkham Asylum we show the a part of the intro sequence. The video camera was not properly configured though, hence the blown overexposure. Still, a good and very playable game with six screens. We have Bezel correction activated meaning we work in a customized resolution. Batman Arkham Asylum is a nice title for Eyefinity with six monitors.
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