To configure my displays for Surround
From the NVIDIA Control Panel navigation tree pane, under 3D Settings, select Configure Surround to open the associated page.
Depending on the graphics cards installed, the link and page title may also include SLI, PhysX, or multi-GPU.
Click the Span displays with Surround check box, then click Configure to open the NVIDIA Set Up Surround window.
Configure your displays as needed using the NVIDIA Set Up Surround window.
Select the topology as well as the displays that you want to use for Surround.
Display Grid Area
Drag and drop the display icons to match your display arrangement.
Click the display icons and then select the orientation - Landscape, Portrait, Flipped Landscape, or Flipped Portrait.
Specify the Surround resolution and refresh rate.
Specify which Surround and bezel-corrected Surround resolutions are available. These resolutions will appear in the NVIDIA Set Up Surround ->Resolution section as well as in games and in the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Bezel Correction Section
In the Bezel Correction section, adjust for monitor bezel gaps so that Surround displays are aligned with each other.
When bezel correction is enabled, a bezel-corrected version of each Surround resolution is added to the list of available resolutions.
Click Keyboard Shortcuts to create, view, or edit keyboard shortcuts (hot keys) for enabling/disabling Surround, switching between the surround and single-wide display resolutions, and performing bezel peeking (for example, to view HUD elements that are hidden behind the bezel)
Note: The NVIDIA Set Up Surround window opens if you use the hot keys to enable Surround on displays that were not previously configured for Surround.