dual graphics cards?

Has anyone ever produced a mobo that accepted 2 graphics cards. If you do dual processor distributed computing, why not dual video card? I have no idea if this is possible. The nature of the busses may make this not feasible. Just wondering. Ever heard of it?
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  1. Can't do two AGP slots, but several machines used to use multiple PCI cards for serious work, back when PCI was considered an adequate solution.

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  2. Why is dual PCI possible but dual AGP not? Can I tack on a PCI video card in addition to an AGP one?
  3. AGP is a specialize port, I think it's ported directly to RAM. For some reason it can't be shared.

    Yes, you can add as many PCI video cards as you like allong with your AGP card.

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  4. Also, dual agp cards are very cheap now. You can easily find a ton of them for under $100 now and run two monitors nicely. Now if you wanted to be a spaz, get a dual agp card, and 5 pci cards, and run 7 monitors ;-)

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  5. 9100IGP can get along with a AGP card.

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