Hi, currently I am playing Elite Dangerous in Boot Camp (Windows 7) on my 2012 Macbook Pro Retina (NVidia GT650M) connected to an Apple Thunderbolt Display. Since I saw this video on YT, I am wondering: Is it possible to get ED running on current Mac Hardware on three displays like the guy in the video (he is actually using three beamers instead of displays, but I think you get the idea)? At first I thought it would be quite easy to achieve this with my current hardware (using the ATD, the internal Retina display and an 24 Inch Samsung Syncmaster), but then I found out that my graphics card would need a NVidia Feature called "Surround" that is only available on NVIDIA Desktop graphics cards and by default is not available on mobile graphics cards. So that would rule out most iMacs and all Macbooks because if they have dedicated graphics cards those are the mobile versions, so no Surround available there. That leaves either the Mac Pro or the iMac Retina. Both have AMD graphics and so far I found out that the feature for creating such a multiple display setup is called "Eyefinity" and you can find and configure it in the AMD Catalyst Control Center. What I haven't found out yet: Is the "Eyefinity"-feature on AMD drivers in Boot Camp for those to Macs in question available or not? Especially I would be interested in an answer to this question for the iMac Retina. It seems it works for the Mac Pro, at least with an older driver version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmlsePKH6AY So, is anyone reading this who tried out gaming on the 5k iMac in Boot Camp and can check if Eyefinity is available as an option in AMDs Catalyst Control Center?