My questions relate to these two previously demonstrated methods:
Method #1: Michael Brown at XforcePC demonstrates 4 monitors running with discrete views (not Nvidia surround) on a single PC in X-Plane 11 beta here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlhKrfoEHDs
Method #2: Previously, Michael demonstrated the ability to run 3 monitors with discrete views on a single PC by running 3 instances of X-Plane 10.5, achieving 210 degrees field of view, using a Core i7 6900K processor and, I believe, an ASUS X99 Deluxe II motherboard (which allows assigning each instance of X-Plane to a separage pair of CPU cores) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjMB_fgn-8Y
Assume both methods use one or more Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards.
X-Plane 11's online manual states that maximum resolution is 9999 x 9999.
Question one is whether method #1 would be limited to three 2560 x 1440 monitors, because the combined resolution would be 7680 x 1440 and therefore less than the maximum resolution noted in the manual?
Question two is whether by using method #2 (with its CPU and motherboard configuration) it would be possible to run three 4k monitors on one computer by using three instances of X-Plane 11 with three GTX 1080 cards, each driving a separate monitor?
Thanks for any insights.