Give that video card a workout
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 17, 2006 - 02:17 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
While Matrox's Parhelia never really caught on, it looks like the TripleHead2Go just might. With one innocuous little box, any video card can be coaxed to display over 3 monitors. Neoseeker takes Half Life 2 & Oblivion for a spin at 3840*1024.
If the reviews are a little ATI heavy for you, Ryan just published a review of the BFG 7900 GTX OC.
"In all honesty, my very first impression was "Holy c**p, the distance
between my Start button and my system tray is ginormous!" It really is.
Without adjusting the sensitivity of your mouse, you're going to find
yourself picking up the mouse a lot in order to navigate the pointer all the
way from the left display to the right display. I used to be a heavy
dual-monitor user in the day, so I'm used to the practice of scanning both
displays at once and being able to work with two sources of information
present. With three displays, it takes a little bit of getting used to, but
the flow of working is absolutely wonderful."
Here are some more Graphics Card articles from around the web:
- NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GX2
1GB Quad SLI Preview @ MVKTech
- Nvidia threatens NGOHQ over SLI Patch
- ForceWare 84.43 Comparison @ Technic3D
- ForceWare 84 Series Roundup (Updated) @ NGOHQ
- Quad GPU but single CPU
- not a good combo @ The Inquirer
Catalyst 6.4 Comparison @ Technic3D
- ATI Tray Tools 126.96.36.1997 @
Guru of 3D
- ATI Catalyst 6.4
Performance Analysis @ Tweaktown
- ATi Catalyst 6.4 with
CP @ NGOHQ
- Titan Eagle VGA Coolers Review @ Virtual-Hideout
- Gigabyte Radeon X1600-XT with Silent-Pipe II @ HardwareZoom.Com
X1900XTX Video Card @ motherboards.org
- Connect3D X1900 XT and
XTX @ PureOverclock
- PowerColor X1600 Pro AGP Card @ Technic3D
- PowerColor X1600 PRO AGP
512MB @ Bjorn3D
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