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Old 05-12-2008, 02:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was curious as to the best way to get ten monitors up and running. I've usually maxed around two.

Is there a way to link them all into some obscure 14,400 by 9,000 resolution behemoth?

Or ten different screens?


I should put something here
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Old 05-12-2008, 02:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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hmm idk if you can do that. The closest thing i have seen without any external devices outside of your pc is this.

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9 monitors and a touch screen, 1 computer.

just found a link inside the link hick posted

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Finally a need for quad sli! Oh wait.
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Use the Nvidia quadro series graphics cards. 2 of those will give you 8 monitors. Or you can use NComputing > Home It's not quite the same as just 10 monitors, but perhaps you could use their software to do what you want. NComputing is mostly used for taking one machine and using it to run multiple workstations, each with a monitor, keyboard, and mouse. We used it at my last job and it works quite well.

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