Till now everybody were using three different graphic cards for controlling 3 different monitors to get a single picture. This would provide a 3D surround experience while gaming as the three monitors could be arranged to form a surroundings. The only major problem of this setup was that the graphic cards needed to checked almost every day and had to be maintained regularly. Any problem in single graphic card would create problem for other graphic cars and create improper display for the games. I think that Nvidia must develop a graphic card which can handle the Kepler technology for 3D surround effect singlehandedly. Does anyone else think this should be done? Maybe the developers can provide three DVI-I, DSub or SVGA connections for generating output.