Single-display performance mode: If you have only one active display, this is the setting for you. You can also specify this setting if you have problems with the multi-display modes.
Note: This mode is faster than either of the multi-display modes described below.
Compatibility performance mode is available if you have two or more active displays when running in nView Dualview display mode or if you are using different classes of NVIDIA GPU-based graphics cards.
When this mode is in effect, OpenGL renders in "compatibility" mode for all displays so that when different classes of GPUs are in use, the lowest common feature set of all active GPUs is exposed to OpenGL applications.
Note: The OpenGL rendering performance is slightly "slower" than in single-display mode.
Multi-display performance mode is available if you have two or more active displays when running in nView Dualview mode or if you are using different classes of NVIDIA GPU-based cards.
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