"Although likely to be viewed as a luxury by most, ATI Eyefinity is an accessible technology that enhances both productivity and gaming for a wide range of users.’
In productivity terms, a single mid-range GPU such as the Radeon HD 5750 provides excellent multi-monitor capability at around the £85 mark. Whilst further up the ladder, a Radeon HD 5870 or 5970 will churn out playable framerates at mega resolutions, creating an immersive gaming experience that has to be seen to be believed.’
‘There's still work to be done - we'd like to see multi-card CrossFire support and compatibility with a wider range of gaming titles, but ATI Eyefinity is already an undoubtedly impressive tool. Partnered with the right hardware and software, it can create an immersive gaming experience that's second to none." HEXUS.net (UK):
"Simulation game enthusiasts will be very happy about the expanded view of their vehicle cockpits. Strategy game fans will enjoy the wider view on the battlefield. Three monitors almost fully occupy your line of sight, which again enables more immersive gaming.’
"We do like Eyefinity technology a lot. It can change the way you look at games and properly harnesses the power of new ATI Radeons." PCLab.pl (Poland):
" I was amazed by Anno 1404 with the possibility to view a large portion of the map, Oblivion just got me mesmerized and I forgot about reality and Grid with the view from the cockpit gave me the feeling of being inside a car." In4.pl (Poland):
"Peripheral vision of Eyefinity, when the game is ready for, give a real advantage in terms of immersion and especially speed sensations with car-races for example.
Eyefinity and its 3 screens have the advantage to be relevant in office productivity scenario also. Working with this kind of displaying is really very comfortable, you will like it!" Hardware.fr (France):
"But the brutal honesty is that if you stick to a three monitor setup with one monitor in the middle, the experience is grand.’
‘When a game properly works, the gaming experience is wicked and beats anything out there."
"This is easy stuff to deal with for game developers. But we foresee a wide future for Eyefinity ... very wide." Guru3D.com (Netherlands; video reviews as well):