|My Eyefinity Setup|
My Eyefinity setup is a bit of a budget one but none the less it's still a three screen setup so I can't complain. The main problem with upgrading to Eyefinity at the moment is the issue of having a Display Port on one of your monitors or at least an "Active" display port adapter which aren't very common or cheap. I'm using the cheapest monitor with a DP out there, the Dell P2210H, this is a great stepping stone into triple monitor gaming if you are used to smaller displays. Here is a quick list of what my testing setup is made up of:
The main part of the setup is obviously the three monitors. I'm using 3 21.5" 16:9 1920x1080 native resolution monitors which took me a little while to get used to as I've always used 16:10 or 4:3 so this seemed super widescreen. 16:9 aspect ratio was the better choice just because of the price which was a good 30-40% cheaper than a 16:10 setup (at the time of writing this article) and the opportunity to have a Full HD monitor with other uses with a promising future. By promosing future I mean most movies these days are native 15:9 ratio and with more and more games porting from game consoles to PC's, 16:9 could be the norm for PC users before long.