Dual monitor advice needed
Jeff.Nyman at caselle.com
Tue Feb 14 11:09:24 MST 2006
I have a geforce 6200 and a 6800 running in dual mode. Disable your onboard
and just get a nvidia board with two outputs. Both of my cards have a DVI
port but I have the vga adapter because I have no DVI monitors. We even have
cedega working witht eh dual setup. That was the most difficult for me.
From: plug-bounces at plug.org [mailto:plug-bounces at plug.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2006 11:02 AM
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Subject: Dual monitor advice needed
I need to implement a dual monitor setup. Anyone done that lately? I
don't want to pay for accelerated graphics, but I would like one dvi
output. I have searched all over the net and see lots of possibilities,
but I was hoping for some direct advice from someone who had already
done it. There are so many Nvidia and ATI models. I assume that one of
those is the way to go because of driver issues? I want to pay less than
$170, but $90 would be better. I have an AGP port and PCI slots available.
I need some basic advice - do I need to disable the current onboard
graphics processor or will that be taken care of in setting up my
I am running ubunto (breezy). Anyone upgraded to X11R7 yet? As long as I
am going to this effort, is it worth upgrading? I could probably wait
for the next release.
Seen any good deals on monitors? I saw a ViewSonic, 1660x900 resolution,
at Costco for $400, but I would like a little more vertical resolution
and someone said they saw one there with 1050, but I did not see it.
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