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dual monitor setup?

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September 13, 2002 7:42:08 AM

Hi, I'm am very interesting in setting up my PC with two monitors but I am very confused about which video card(s) to buy. The only specs I need are for it/them to run both my 19" monitors in 1600x1200 or greater @ 75hz or greater. I don't need any fancy 3D stuff. I've heard a lot of these dualhead cards are great for the primary, but suffer on the secondary display (not being able to do very hi-res).

I would also like to have a TV Capture card in my system, so maybe I don't need a dualhead card, but rather just two cards, one being the capture card/secondary video card.

Thanks so much for anyone who can give some advice, because even corporate websites like Matrox's, don't seem to have that much info on it.

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September 13, 2002 3:17:03 PM

My leadtek geforce 4 ti4400, does that very well. It has 2 monitor outs, 2 s-video in and 2s-video outs. Its like $220 at newegg.com

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September 13, 2002 4:38:05 PM

Matrox 550 will be a good 2D graphic card for dual monitor setup. Matrox have the best 2D image quality.
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