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Old 04-18-03, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default Asus Dual DVI card support?

I'm currently considering purchasing either the Asus V9180 GF4MX440 with dual DVI ports, or (preferably) the ASUS V9520 GF4FX5200 (also with dual DVI). However, before committing to purchase, I'd like to know the level of Linux support these cards have. I see the README for the drivers say that the GF4MX440 is supported, and the FX5800, but nothing about an FX5200.

In addition, although I'm not sure this would make a difference, dual DVI support isn't mentioned explicitly. This is the feature I'm most interested in, though, so I figured I'd make sure.

Your comments/experiences are appreciated, thanks.
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Old 04-18-03, 06:45 PM   #2
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The 5200 is fully supported - it was an oversight in the README. Dual DVI is also supported with TwinView.

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