As you may have noticed with each game I test I've given them a certain medal, this corresponds to how easy Eyefinity is to setup and the end result. My rating system is based on four levels of medals these are Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze in that order. I base my decision on how Eyefinity is implemented and if any hacks or workarounds are needed to get the game up and running on a triple screen setup. Also I may take in to consideration how well the end result works using Eyefinty, for example if the menu works, is the HUD off centred are there any graphical upsets.
Here are the four levels of grading:
The best of the best, top notch, perfect. That is just some of the descriptive features of a platinum medal. If a game scores a platinum medal it pretty much establishes that the game runs perfectly in Eyefinity without any workarounds needed. Few games will score this at the moment as no games are designed for the high resolutions of Eyefinity.
With Gold it shows the game works perfectly well with Eyefinity but some tweaking of config files or hacks might be needed to get the end result.
Silver represents games that work with Eyefinity that may need workarounds and still have issues with field of view and head up display issues. But overall the game is very playable and is still enjoyable when using Eyefinity.
Games that are chores is what Bronze represents. Few games will need multiple hacks or workarounds to get loading and then still have extremely broken menu systems or heads up displays along with a few crashes. But better than nothing the game still runs using Eyefinity and is playable if you get past the major issues.