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Nvidia surround with 3 different sized monitors?

ThatOneGuyThatOnlyPlaysPC
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So I have 3 monitors, a 23" one which is my main monitor, a 20" monitor, and a 22" monitor. I was wondering if anyone here knew if I could do Nvidia surround. I probably won't use it very often but I would like to try it.

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You totally can.  Its just gonna look a little... strange.  Maybe a picture for our viewing pleasure?

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So I have 3 monitors, a 23" one which is my main monitor, a 20" monitor, and a 22" monitor. I was wondering if anyone here knew if I could do Nvidia surround. I probably won't use it very often but I would like to try it.

You can as long as the resolution of the monitors are the same.

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Are they all the same resolution? If not, then you would have to scale it down to the lowest resolution monitor you have (if any of this even works). So if you have a 1280x800 resolution monitor then you would be forced to display 1200x800 across all of your monitors.

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if they have the same resolution yes you can, but probably it won't be much immersive, and it may even be hard to understand what's going on as things will get bigger or smaller depending on the screen they are being shown on

 

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found something, i swear i didn't google for that title

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