First, you will need 3 monitors set at the same resolution. It is recommended, but not required, to have three monitors of the same make/model, though screens that are the same size will work. It is NOT recommended to have three different-sized screens as it will be difficult to get the screens to line up properly and could lead to side effects like headaches, motion sickness, etc.

  • AMD Eyefinity Technology can support up to 3 displays using a single enabled AMD graphics card. 

  • Only one AMD Eyefinity display group can be created per graphics card.

  • An AMD Eyefinity display group cannot span across multiple graphics cards.

  • The maximum number of supported displays in an AMD Eyefinity display group will vary depending on the graphics card.

Make sure to download the most up-to-date drivers for both your graphics card.

Configuring your monitors

1. Right-click on your desktop and select AMD Radeon Settings 

2.  Click Eyefinity within AMD Radeon Settings.     

3.  Click Quick Setup to create an AMD Eyefinity display group.     

NOTE! Quick Setup will automatically create an AMD Eyefinity display group based on the arrangement specified using Windows Display Settings.


4.  Once the AMD Eyefinity display group has been created, the following options will be available:     

  • Discard – Deletes the current AMD Eyefinity display group and reverts to the previous display configuration.

  • Arrange Displays – Adjust the position of each display within the AMD Eyefinity display group.

  • Try Advanced Setup– Allows customization of the AMD Eyefinity display group.         

5.  If the mouse does not move across the displays in the expected order, use Arrange Displays to specify the placement of the displays in the AMD Eyefinity display group.     

The onscreen guide will show a grid representation of the display group and one of the physical displays will have a blue background. Click on the box in the grid that matches the location of the highlighted display.

In this example, the display on the left has a blue background. Click on the leftmost box in the grid to confirm its position.

Once the first display's position has been confirmed, another display will appear with a blue background. Click on the box in the grid that matches the physical position of the display. This process continues depending on the number of displays used in the group. However, the last display's position will be applied automatically.  

6.  The display arrangement is now complete, close Radeon Settings to exit.

7.  Go back iRacing UI and click the helmet at the top right of the screen.  
8. Then in the drop-down menu that appears click 'Settings'
9. Then click the Interface tab at the top:
10. Then Graphics config.
11. Follow the steps to reconfigure your graphics.

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