HELP need adive on Dual DVI card

I am looking for a card that Supports Dual DVI so I can run both my new Dell 20" Lcd's. I am not a big gamer but i like to play medal of honor every once in a while. Main use for my pc is work , Web browsing, Excel. Nothing specail grafics wise. I want to have diffrent windows on each monitor not duplicate. any Recommendations Would be greatly apprecaited
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  1. You could do that with an nVidia FX5200 or FX5600, a Matrox P650 will give you better 2D and OK 3D (about the same level of an FX5200), or you could get the card <A HREF="http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=385216#385216" target="_new">I justed posted</A> a link to moments ago the XFX5700U.


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  2. GreatGrapeApe Which would your purchase ? I Have a Pny Fx5200 ultra and a Pny Fx5900, I have not opened them yet and was going to return them as they only have 1 DVI port. when I looked at the pics of that 5700ultra link you sent me it only has 1 dvi port also. Could you please elaporate
  3. Ooops Wrong link! Sorry late night coding! :eek:

    <A HREF="http://www.xfxforce.com/product_view.php?sku=PVT36FND" target="_new">This was the link</A> I was thinking off (I'll link directly to the card, not my post).

    If you're only casually gaming an FX5600 would be ok, but of course the FX5700U and above would be better. For the 2D part the FX5200 would do fine.

    There are alot more dual DVI solutions out there from nV. Gainward makes some of the FX5200 and FX5600, I think.

    <A HREF="http://forums.anandtech.com/messageview.cfm?catid=31&threadid=995763&STARTPAGE=1" target="_new">HERE's a list of DUAL DVI card suppliers</A>, Thanks to SUOrangeman @ Anandtech Forums for the list.

    Sorry about the mixup, hope that helps.


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  4. A friend of mine is using this <A HREF="http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=14-121-161&catalog=48&depa=1" target="_new">Asus Ti4200</A> with dual-DVI and is quite pleased with it. Just a suggestion.

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  5. Yeah considering he's not looking for awesome 2D graphics quality (although why DVI then? Monitor restrictions, DVI-Only?) then the GF4ti series would be ok. I would prefer the FX series for the better RAMDACs, but since it's just for Excel and web browsing, and then gaming, it would likely do better than a plain jane FX5200 for that less demanding stuff. For Hptoshop and such I would go with the FXs though.

    Wasn't thinking that way when thinking DVI.


    - You need a licence to buy a gun, but they'll sell anyone a stamp <i>(or internet account)</i> ! - <font color=green>RED </font color=green> <font color=red> GREEN</font color=red> GA to SK :evil:
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