HIS HD6990 Eyefinity 5760x1080 Review

Resident Evil 5 - DX9 and DX10

HIS HD6990 Eyefinity Review

Resident Evil 5

Despite Resident Evil 5 being a console port, it's a Capcom game and so quality is the very highest, as every Capcom PC game has been in recent years. The HD6990 is definitely up to the task, giving insane frame-rates on a single screen and nearly 100 FPS even in when put into Eyefinity mode across the three Iiyamas.

Fraps decided not to play ball with Resident Evil, giving a multi-coloured mess rather than a proper screenshot. However it scaled nicely across the three displays in both DX9 and DX10 modes.


HIS HD6990 Eyefinity Review



Switching to DirectX 10 has no really detriment to the smoothness of the game, merely makes it look that bit nicer.

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03-06-2011, 05:36:37

nice Review tom as always Quote

03-06-2011, 06:10:00

i love iiyama HDLEDs Quote

03-06-2011, 07:07:58

Tom, have a look at a program called widescreen fixer. It actually fixes the rubbish aspect ratio with black ops, and makes the game totally playable.

In the latest CCC you can set up presets. I have 2 presets 1*5760*1080 & 3*1920*1080. I have these assigned to keyboard shortcuts, so by hitting one key you can change your resolution between "work" mode & "play" mode.Quote

03-06-2011, 07:46:05

Mr. Strawberry
some of the games i was rather disapointed with tbh

the only game i would call 100% in eyefinity is Metro 2033, even crysis warhead wasnt that good, on the 2 outer screens it was zoomed in so if you saw someone they looked right next to you but when you turn to face him he would be 50+ metres away.

where as metro was just perfect all the extra desktop space and it still looked just as detailedQuote

03-06-2011, 07:51:39

v cool. That HD resolution is a good standard today. Does the Nvidia 590 not support tripple 1920x1080p etc resolution i heard on motherboards.org, it goes to 720p or similar?

ye ok excuse the Nvidia material please and it is 4800x900 for the 590 here:



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