Sapphire motherboard shows FM2 “Trinity” with 6 outputs “Eyefinity6″
So far users requiring multiple display outputs at affordable prices look like a great alternative to video cards based on amd Radeon GPUs with technology whose exponents have Eyefinity support multi-monitor configurations of up to six monitors GPU (up 24 monitors using 4 video cards GPU mono-or dual-GPU cards 2 ).
Although these configurations are inexpensive compared to solutions like Matrox DisplayPort to DVI adapters assets required to implement such configurations are somewhat difficult to achieve.
sapphire event in the past Computex 2012 showed a fm2 socket motherboard supports AMD apu desktop Trinity , which thanks to proprietary implementations of Sapphire has six integrated DVI outputs, which can be used with ordinary monitors, and without requiring one adapter, which would make it one of the most economical choice for users requiring multi-monitor setup at a very low price.
It is noteworthy that the A-Series APU AMD Second Generation codenamed trinity natively support 4 display outputs, which makes it even more interesting to the curious implementation of Sapphire.
It remains unclear whether Sapphire launch a commercial version of this prototype, or just developed it to prove they could. We will monitor this mysterious product from Sapphire.
Link: Trinity gets boost from six-appeal Sapphire, Probably (KitGuru)Tags: 6 monitors, 6 screens, amd, apu, card, Eyefinity6, fm2, fusion, mainboard, motherboard, multi-monitor, Prototype, sapphire, trinity