1.) As it is a "Double D", and has 2 DVI-D outputs, is one for the primary monitor, and the other for a second monitor? (I know, duh!)
2.) What are the other two called "Display ports?" I don't have anything like that on any monitor I've seen.
3.) Off topic, I've been looking for monitors. I noticed that the new LED-LCD's only support up to 1920x1080. My 24" Samsung SyncMaster 245BW supports up to 1920x1200, and my wifes 23" Samsung SyncMaster 2343 goes even higher. Why is newer lower?
4.) If you crossfire, do you still plug into the same card? Or do you not crossfire, and use one card for each monitor.
On #3, okay. I guess I coulda/shoulda done the math.
On #2 & 4, I did just read that they make a "Display Port to DVI-D" (card to monitor) adapter. I'll look for them, I'm curious.
a.) Is Mini-DVI the same (or just Apple)? See lots of DVI to HDMI adapters, no DP to DVI.
b.) Advantages of Display port over DVI-D (you mentioned higher bandwidth, so it's really like HDMI)?
Seems to complicated. I'll stick with DVI-D to DVI-D (card to monitor) for now. I'll keep that in mind, and remebber to check if the new monitor(s) I'd get have Display Port input, haven't seen ANY yet. My current one don't have either HDMI or Display Port, just VGA and DVI.