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PostPosted: 10 Mar 2014, 12:59 
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Following on from my last video in this series this time I try to take a balanced look at how much of an advantage a multi-monitor system gives in first person shooters like Titanfall, Battlefield and Call of Duty, and whether or not it's reasonable to call it an unfair advantage. The game in the background is Titanfall, recorded during the beta, original resolution was 5040x1050 aspect ratio of (48:10). The video shows a replay that was original played on a single monitor, only the replay is being shown on a multi-monitor resolution.


Direct Video Link: Multi-Monitor Gaming, an Unfair Advantage?! (FPSs)
Channel Link: http://www.youtube.com/user/n11skid

While this video can be watched on any screen it has been encoded to look best on a multi-monitor system, so if your running such a system, then select 4K quality from the drop down box and watch in fullscreen.

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