I have a question i have a dell 537s i just ordered with three 22 monitors for my day trading. I ordered it with a ati radeon 4350 graphics card that supports dual monitors and since it will not accept another video card to run my third monitor i was wondering if i would be able to get the dualhead2go and hook one of my video outputs on the tower to the dualhead box to run 2 of my monitors and the 3rd monitor to my other video output on the tower or would i just have to get the triplehead2go?? Just looking to save some $$ if possible and just get the dual instead of the triple box. Hope this makes sense. or would just using a USB to DVI adapter do the job
system: Dell 537s
Inspiron Slim-Tower, Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 (2.33GHz, 4MB)
3GB DDR2 SDRAM,800MHZ- 1X2GB 1x1GB
ATI Radeon HD 4350 512MB video card
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English
3-Dell S2209W 22 inch HD Wide Flat Panel Monitor
According to the matrox webside the Digital and DisplayPort DualHead support up to 2x 1920 x 1200. But the TripleHeads only support up to 3x 1680 x 1050. I would have thought the DisplayPort TripleHead would go up to 19x10 but i guess not.
So it looks like you should get yourself the DualHead2Go Digital Edition and some DVI cables.
i've been looking at one of these also and will for sure save some $$ what do you guys think anybody tried it.USB to 2.0 DVI/HDMI/SVGA Display Adapter (2048x1152) here is a link to there site. price is 89.95 http://www.arkview.com/eshop/goods.php?id=81
Seeing that the TH2G is limited to 3 1680x1050 outputs and cannot support your 3 1920x1200 monitors, id say you are stuck with just the ATI HD 5870.
And only one HD 5870 as of now. the Eyefinity software in the cards is not supported in crossfire, hopfully in a few months that it will be supported. and as i see it you will need to have crossfire in order to get decent frame rates with 3 1920x1200 screens. (3 1920x1200 screens = 1.6875 2560x1600 screens, in terms of pixles)
Ive come up with two options:
1) Get one 5870 for your three 1920x1200 screens and use eyefinity with some lowered details to keep frame rates high. Get another 5870 when drivers come out supporting eyefinity while in crossfire. or
2) Crossfire two 5870's, use a digital TH2G and use 1680x1020 resolution on your three 1920x1200 monitors
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