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I'd rather have a full degree monitor than three separate ones slapped together with the rims breaking the degree radius.
This is actually considered blasphemy to some PC enthusiasts. Like it's too good of a preference to comprehend.
Excellent for gaming, but definitely not as nice as separate monitors if you also do your office work on your home computer
To the OP's question, I don't think one 660 will be good enough frankly, if your goal is to max out BF4 at 1080p (single monitor) and stay above 60fps in MP.
Also, as has been said, dual GPUs work the same as SLI'd or CF'd single GPUs for the most part. Now the thing is, many dual-GPU cards suffer from poor frame latency, with the 7990 being one of the biggest offenders. You can google it to read more about that.
And as kon2 pointed out, 1080p x 3 monitors? So you mean 5760x1080? If that's what you meant, then I suggest you buy a GTX 690 / TITAN / 780 SLI, or for ATI, a 7990 as the game is optimized for AMD cards, but be wary about the frame latency issues (these may be addressed via driver updates)
However, a slightly cheaper card/combination will handle that res and frame rate just fine if you drop your details to Low-Medium, which some people do choose to do. Your choice
<message edited by Satanas on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 7:12 PM>