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FiReBLaZR
04-03-2002, 09:36 AM
Ok...i have the new GF4 ti4400...now it has both analog and digital monitor outputs...the question is "can u use 2 monitors on 1 video card using 1 for the analog and 1 for the DVI (using a converter (DVI-analog) )...thanks again

FiReBlaZR

Darthtanion
04-03-2002, 09:44 AM
From my understanding, you can use DVI OR analog, and you can even switch back and forth between the two, but I don't believe it supports dual monitor support like you're talking about.

FiReBLaZR
04-03-2002, 10:00 AM
From my understanding, you can use DVI OR analog, and you can even switch back and forth between the two, but I don't believe it supports dual monitor support like you're talking about.

Go to Nvidia.com and click the Nview Link on the right...then open the flash tutorial about it...then it says in Productivity "One card Powers two Displays"...when i opened that it says "By adding an nView Enabled GPU and a second display you have more room to organize your applications and reduce window clutter..blah blah blah" but it does show some pics of a GF4 card using its 2 Monitor outputs to display 2 monitors...so im not sure...im going to ask more people just to make sure about this question...thanks again darth...and where have ya been...havent seen ya for a while...take care

FiReBLaZR

Beefy
04-03-2002, 10:57 AM
from what i've seen / heard on the gf4 cards, most of them do support nView... the gf3s don't, but I think the gf4s do...

FiReBLaZR
04-03-2002, 12:21 PM
from what i've seen / heard on the gf4 cards, most of them do support nView... the gf3s don't, but I think the gf4s do...

Yeah i have nView Enabled on my 4400

Darthtanion
04-03-2002, 01:08 PM
Could be with the nView... I had forgotten about that. It would be nice to have more than one monitor, but I think that real estate on my desktop is at a premium right now. Too much STUFF sitting around. :D

FiReBLaZR,
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