Sorry if this is answered elsewhere, just running low on time picking up things today for a new system before the cyber Monday deals end and a quick general Google search didn't turn up much. Wondering if someone could tell me if the following is possible - I will be running a 6 monitor setup soon but I also need output to a Wacom Cintiq and a TV so 8 displays total. The 6 monitors off 1 AMD card is no problem with either a hub or daisychaining but I'm wondering about the 2 extra as I've never had 2 cards before. I want Physx, Nvidia 3D on one of my six monitors and six monitor surround/eyefinity support. I know the new NV cards are 4 output per card vs 6 on AMD with mini DP and hubs/daisy chaining. So ideally I'd buy 2 NV cards for 8 outputs but its stunning to learn the 2nd card's outputs can't be used and I'd need 3 NV cards and due to money, space, noise and heat that's not an option. Plus Even if I did I hear Nvidia Surround can't do 6 monitors no matter how many cards, so I'll still need an AMD for eyefinity. So this is my plan, just wondering if the following is feasible (and I don't need any card recommendations, I'm up on that): 1. 1 AMD card to run 6 monitors with eyefinity and 1 NV card to run the Cintiq & TV. Can this be done (running all 8 simultaneously)? If not, can it be done with 2 AMD cards? With/without crossfire? 2. Can you still run Physx reliably in any way with an NV card dedicated and an AMD as primary? I know there was a reliable "hack" to do this awhile ago but Nvidia has since disabled it if AMD cards are detected, but doee anyone know if any new semi-reliable at least workarounds have been created? I don't care if the drivers are ancient even as long as it works, I'm looking to do this for older games like Arkham City and Mirror's Edge. In fact even if there is a way to disable my AMD card (without going into the case and unplugging) this might be OK since running the Physx titles on a single monitor would be okay. 3. One of the 6 eyefinity monitors will be 3D so planning to hook it up to both cards via Kvm switch, so when I flip the switch over to NV could I play games on that monitor in 3D (and/or movies?) despite the AMD drivers and card in system or does Nvidia gimp it if AMD is detected too like with Physx? Much appreciation for any insight anyone could give and again apologies if these have been answered before, in such a rush today not a lot of time for research. Will check back in later today.