AMD just took their soon-to-be Radeon HD 5800 series graphics chipset out for a spin, where it is also known as Eyefinity. They hooked up the ATI-branded technology video card to half a dozen DisplayPort outputs that were running at their full resolution, merging all six into a solitary image to hit a phenomenal live image that is 8,192 x 8,192 pixels large, compared to current technology that results in a lesser 7,680 x 3,200 image resolution. This modular technique also allows users to rearrange the number of discrete images created in addition to their shape according to your liking. Gamers will no doubt find this setup to their liking, and it would be interesting to see just what kind of living room you have if you were to employ such a configuration.
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