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3 displays ; 1 pc

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Guest PoRrEkE

anyone has done this before ?1 display on the AGP in which you have a GeForce or some sort2 displays on the PCI slots in which you obviously have 2 simple PCI video cards.this is the plan I got ..pls don't tell me 'bout the matrox on which you can put 3 displays on 1 card cuz I KNOW :D but that one is to expencive. besides it needs directx9 and fs2002 doesn't like that one. so you end up with 800*600 res :/anywayz .. 1 pc .. 3 displays .. has this been done before ? let me know !

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I have XP with a Radeon 7500 with dual monitors and two Creative Graphics Blaster PCI cards for a total of four monitors.Works great.

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Guest gasebah

I have a Radeon 9700 Pro and a TNT 2. Works perfect. I added an additional TNT. With it the puter won't boot. Go figure. The 2nd monitor on the DVI of the Raddy caused stutters that I got rid of by disabling hardware acceleration for the monitor.Alex

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Guest GPan

Are you able to expand the main FS window across both monitors connected to the 9700, so that it is twice as wide as a normal view (using one 3D view across 2 monitors)? I've read where this is possible on the Nvidea cards, but my Ti 4200 does not have a DVI connector, so I was planning on upgrading to the 9700 and would like to do this. I also have 2 PCI cards running instrument panels on my setup. Thanks.

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