Currently I am using a three-monitor setup, based on a GeForce GTX 680 graphics card:
- 3D monitor for gaming and work.
- Secondary monitor for work only.
- TV for watching movies and sometimes playing games with friends.
The TV is fixed on my room's wall and I cannot really use it when I am sitting in front of the other monitors that I'm using for work, because of the flat perspective. When I want to watch a movie I simply drag the movie player to the monitor and double click the player - that's okay, but I can't do the same with games.
My question is, if it is possible to select the monitor, a game (or 3D application) uses?
I tried a few things now and also searched for an solution, but apparently most setups are based on 3 monitors residing next to each other, where this setup is no problem. I thought about some setting in Nvidia's Control Center, but didn't find anything suitable. At the moment, I need to change the primary display from the system settings and start the game but this is not really handy since I always need to switch the monitors back whenever I quit the game.
Do you know any way to choose the monitor a fullscreen application uses?