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Pros: Support for more than just 2 monitors. Runs seamlessly with 3 monitors hooked up to one card. I have 2 of these with 3 monitors in 3D surround with a 4th monitor above the 3 for viewing temps, keeping up with your IM, etc. Easy to run games in surround or 3D surround and switch between the two modes with a push of a button.
Cons: It doesn't switch between Surround mode and multiple monitor mode very quickly. Which would be good for going from gaming/movie mode in surround to being more productive in multiple monitor mode where you can maximize IE on one monitor, have Word open on another monitor, and another application open on the third so you can copy and paste without having to find the right windows and look up information at a much faster pace than conventional methods.
Other Thoughts: Great card at a value compared to the GTX 680!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 3D Across 2-3 of these monitors works well and is easy to set up with Nvidia Control Panel.
Cons: To Use this monitor in 3D it requires you use a DVI connection and does not support 3D via HDMI; however, the specs say you can use a display port to DVI adapter if you can find the right kind. I however, was not able to find the right adapter type, but I didn't need to use one because I have 2 graphics cards in sli and was able to set up 3D surround with 2 DVI cables into the top card and 1 into the bottom.
Other Thoughts: Remember to view 3D content you will need to buy a universal or NVidia Stereoscopic 3D kit that comes with the glasses and transmitter.READ FULL REVIEW