Multimonitor graphics shootout at TR
Posted on: 11/07/2002 08:39 AM

2 are better than one - that's what we believe - and that goes for displays too. The Tech Report takes a good look at the various setups and manufacturers involved from Matrox to nVidia.
I suppose it's only natural that, with PCs growing ever more powerful and capable of performing multiple tasks at once, we'd put them to use doing just that. And the more tasks you have going on at once, the more constrained you'll be by the limited desktop area provided by even a screen capable of resolutions as high as 1600x1200. The next logical step is adding a second monitor, or perhaps a third, but what's going to drive those extra monitors? You could go with an AGP card plus an additional PCI card to drive that auxiliary display, but PCI graphics cards aren't easy to find, especially if you want something with good video signal quality. Why not just run two or more displays with a single graphics card?
Go read here.




Printed from 2CPU.com (http://www.2cpu.com/contentteller.php?ct=news&action=story&page=multimonitor_graphics_shootout_at_tr.html)