NVIDIA 3D Surround works on GT200 cards

Posted on Saturday, January 09 2010 @ 16:01 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA announced its Surround technology at CES 2010, this new feature will compete against the ATI Eyefinity technology. It works on GT200 based graphics cards and newer, SLI is no problem and there's support for the 3D Vision technology as well.
Now here is the good stuff. This NVIDIA Surround technology is being shown in working order this week at CES. It is also being shown working on GTX 285s as well as upcoming GF100 boards. Here are the specs that Brian Del Rizzo gave us when asked:

We have multiple demos on the show floor. Here’s the breakdown:

The booth in the grand lobby is running on dual GTX285s and three Acer projectors. The projectors are 720p using CRT connectors.

The three projector display in the booth are running on dual GF100s. The DepthQ projectors are 720p and use CRT too.

The other demo we have is 3D Vision Surround running on three 1920x1080 LCD displays from Acer and Alienware using 3 dual link dvi connectors. This one is using dual GTX 285s.

We are showing a combination of Need for Speed Shift, Batman Arkham Asylum, and Avatar.
More details at HardOCP.

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