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atlas
02-09-07, 01:15 PM
Anyway to get this, or even dual on a Geforce, without going quadro?

TonyM16
02-11-07, 08:00 AM
Yes, sort of. I once had two Dell 3007wfp connected together , but that only had a mx of 1600 vertically. May I ask how yu are getting 2400 vertically? Are you planning on 4 1920x1200 screens? If so that ain't gonna happen.

Max is two, unless you get one of those external boxes. If you have access to a special monitor which has a res. of 3840x2400, it won't work as the max from each connector on geforce cards is only 2560x1600. To get higher you have to use more connectors, like how matrox triplehead2go does.

einstein_314
02-11-07, 06:12 PM
Yes, sort of. I once had two Dell 3007wfp connected together , but that only had a mx of 1600 vertically. May I ask how yu are getting 2400 vertically? Are you planning on 4 1920x1200 screens? If so that ain't gonna happen.

Max is two, unless you get one of those external boxes. If you have access to a special monitor which has a res. of 3840x2400, it won't work as the max from each connector on geforce cards is only 2560x1600. To get higher you have to use more connectors, like how matrox triplehead2go does.
Ummm...if he had 2 say...7800 GTX's (or any card with 2 DVI ports) He'd be able to drive 4 displays. So 4 1920x1200 screens....would be 3840x2400. Unless I'm missing something....I don't see why it wouldn't work.

RussianHAXOR
02-11-07, 11:18 PM
well you dont multiply everything by 2 only the horizontal resolution....

HeavyH20
02-11-07, 11:29 PM
There are companies that offer those types of solutions. Zenview is one.

http://digitaltigers.com/images/zv-quad21s_330x238.jpg

We use these for NOCs.

http://digitaltigers.com/images/zenview-atlas_700w.jpg

RussianHAXOR
02-11-07, 11:45 PM
Dude... they use these at the NOCC over here too. Hhaha they also use plasmas.

Rakeesh
02-12-07, 01:29 AM
That would suck for games unless you use an odd number of displays both vertically and horizontally. E.g. 3x1 or 3x3.

XxDeadlyxX
02-12-07, 01:51 AM
IMO playing games across multiple screens is just ugly anyway.

Rakeesh
02-12-07, 02:13 AM
Well no, its actually quite nice because you get a good peripheral view which adds more depth. The problem is when you got two bezels right in the middle of your view. With an odd number of screens you don't have this problem.

HeavyH20
02-12-07, 02:40 AM
Triple for gaming works. The quad setups are better for NOC work.

http://www.digitaltigers.com/images/zv-powertrioeliteds_700x237.jpg

TonyM16
02-12-07, 09:19 AM
Ummm...if he had 2 say...7800 GTX's (or any card with 2 DVI ports) He'd be able to drive 4 displays. So 4 1920x1200 screens....would be 3840x2400. Unless I'm missing something....I don't see why it wouldn't work.

4 displays ? That would only work horizontally. How would windows know that you want them in four way in a square? You need something like software or hardware to tell windows to do two up and two down or else you would end up with 4 horizontal which is not what he wants.