AMD's new drivers include improved Eyefinity, allows mixed resolutions

AMD now allows mixed resolutions with Eyefinity, thanks to its new Catalyst 14.6 Beta drivers.

| May 27, 2014 at 11:27 pm CDT

AMD has just unleashed its impressive new Catalyst 14.6 Beta drivers, which offer some huge performance improvements for the newly-released Watch Dogs, and more - but there was a surprising, and not much talked about new feature inside: Eyefinity 3.0.

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Eyefinity 3.0 is not something that AMD refers to, but it refers to it as the "third major update to multi-display solution" - close enough. With the third iteration of Eyefinity, users can now use three different monitors, with varying resolutions. The new Eyefinity will let you align the bezels where you want, with an Eyefinity group capable of being created with a single click - no matter what resolutions your displays are pumping out.

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