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Advantage TripleHeadToGo vs. GraphicCard Output

Started by dudoru, September 27, 2019, 12:47:02 pm

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dudoru

Hi,

is there an advantage buying a matrox triple head to go for a 3 projector setup vs. using three of four graphiccard outputs of the main-pc ?

Trevor Hale

Quote from: dudoru on September 27, 2019, 12:47:02 pmHi,

is there an advantage buying a matrox triple head to go for a 3 projector setup vs. using three of four graphiccard outputs of the main-pc ?
Yes Tripple head to your system is one monitor. One output and doesn't consume many resources. 

3 outputs on your video card even if you get the zoom right and span across all 3 outputs is very taxing on your system. 

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Modern Nvidia graphic cards have this feature built in.  Here's an older article about it, but the idea is the same as the triplehead2go.

https://www.cclonline.com/article/1193/Guide/Graphics-Cards/Configuring-Multiple-Monitors-NVIDIA-Surround-Single-GPU-/

dudoru

thanks for your comment.
wanted to know, if it´s worth spending the money or having an equal solution in quality with the own onboard graphic card ?

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