AMD Eyefinity Technology for Professionals
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AMD Eyefinity technology enables you to run up to six independent and simultaneous displays with a single graphics card.1 By expanding your field of view across multiple high-resolution monitors, you can see more detail than ever, helping to increase your workflow productivity. You can manage multitasking more efficiently, and view more data, applications, and images at once.
Superior visual experience for demanding 3D applications
AMD Eyefinity technology gives you more visual real estate to view large scale models and multiple applications at the same time in a single, large workspace. You can operate up to six high-resolution displays simultaneously and independently, flexibly configured in various combinations of landscape and portrait orientations. Group multiple monitors into a large integrated display surface, enabling windowed and full-screen 3D applications, images, and video to span across multiple displays as one desktop workspace. Multiple display outputs enable multiple 3D displays with independent display resolution, refresh rate, and display rotation settings.
Increased workgroup productivity
AMD Eyefinity technology helps you get more things done. It allows you and others on your team to physically and simultaneously display and view multiple documents or applications for efficient discussion and collaboration. Multi-tasking is easy since you no longer need to flip documents and applications back and forth between windows. It helps improve accuracy and speed your workflow. Read what IDC has to say about driving productivity with multiple monitors here.
- AMD Eyefinity technology can support multiple displays using a single enabled ATI FirePro™ professional graphics card; the number of supported displays varies by card model. Microsoft® Windows® 7, Windows Vista®, or Linux® is required in order to support more than 2 displays. Depending on the card model, native DisplayPort™ connectors and/or certified DisplayPort™ active or passive adapters to convert your monitor’s native input to your card’s DisplayPort™ or Mini-DisplayPort™ connector(s) may be required. See www.amd.com/firepro for details.