I want to provide video signal to two monitors simultaneously - one for my workstation, and one for my wife to watch movies - both connected to the same computer video output (hopefully one card, not two).
My first monitor - my main work monitor - is DVI input, and runs at a resolution of 1680x1050.
My second monitor - my 37" LCD TV - is HDMI input (HDCP is a must), and runs at a resolution of 1920x1080 (1080p).
These two monitors have to run at the same time, and are not clones of each other - separate work spaces.
I also need 7.1 digital surround sound (HDCP-capable) over the HDMI output.
I've heard that people at Tom's Hardware are the best! Please help me decide which video card to buy.
Thanks, Sabot00... In looking at the specifications for it, it seems the max resolution is 2560 x 1600. My two displays together (1680x1050 + 1920x1080) equal 3600x1080. Because 3600 (my horizontal resolution) is bigger than 2560, how would this card be enough to support these two large displays?