Stack-able proccessor/gpu computation

Is it possible (has one ever been released to the public) to build a computer that can run two separate applications simultaneously on two monitors using only 1 processor and gpu on each? For example, could I have pong on my left monitor running off of processor A and gpu A while I have pac-man on my right monitor running off processor B and gpu B? And if so, has technology been built to recognize when only one app is being utilized so that 100 percent of the box's power is being used on that one task?
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