i815 & Rage 128 twinview

I have a workstation with the i815 chipset, video on board. I also have a Rage 128 AGP card. Is it possible to combine these two video cards into twinview?


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  1. you should be able too. but you have Windows 98 no over windows can do it.

    Cel 533 - 256mb sdram
    15gb HD - ati radeon 32mb ddr (200/200)
    SB live! mp3+ - win98 Beos
  2. Damn, I'm using NT4.

    What if I upgrade to 2000 Prof?
  3. Sorry its just Win98. if you really need dual get the martox g400 or g450.

    Cel 533 - 256mb sdram
    15gb HD - ati radeon 32mb ddr (200/200)
    SB live! mp3+ - win98 Beos
  4. At home I'm planning on getting me a Leadtek Winfast MC DH Pro. 2 vid out and TV-out. It should be better then the matrox (esp. on 3D).

    <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by NarN on 01/23/01 12:07 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
  5. I have Win2000pro SP1 and it looks as if it would do it, never tried it 'tho.

    - JW
  6. No, by default the I815 onboard video is DISABLED whenever an APG card is present. AGP is a direct port from the CPU, not a bus, only one device can be used per unit. That is the same reason you don't see 2 AGP slots on a board.

    Suicide is painless...........
  7. Does an AGP and PCI combination work under 2000?

    NarN - Ruling the world
  8. I'll tell you as soon as you send me a copy of Win2K. I don't own one. I can tell you that it should. Whether should translates into reality is a question for someone else!

    Suicide is painless...........
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