How to get high performance cross-monitor Swapping There are exactly two ways that allow you to move a window from one monitor to another without losing performance: Use ONE video card instead of two (Windows Vista or later only!) Use SLI or Crossfire mode (your mileage may vary, as described above) How to split the load between multiple GPUs In order to split the load between multiple GPUs yourself (as opposed to using SLI or Crossfire): Avoid using Cross-monitor Swapping (note that when swapping occurs, the same GPU handles the rendering as before, but incurs a performance hit to render on the other screen) Pick a Window Layout where the Home Region for each Window is on the GPU you would like to power it. That GPU will power the window for its lifetime, regardless of whether the window moves to the other screen via Cross-monitor Swapping.
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