Currently I'm running a triple screen setup with resolution of 3840x1024
using a matrox triple head 2 go box. It's running without any problem using
the nvidia drivers.
The card I'm using is an nvidia geoforce gt220. It came packaged with my PC
and has a digital and analog port. Before I was using the triple screen
setup I ran a dual screen and it also worked like a charm.
I've no idea how much the GeoForce GT220 costs on it's own (if it's even
still available) but I can confirm that it is working flawlessly under
Hope this helps,
On 16 August 2010 22:22, <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> On Mon, 16 Aug 2010, FRLinux wrote:
>> dual head as in one big desktop with two screens? (just making sure we're
>> not talking duplicated screens here)?
>>>> Yes, one big desktop.
>> I wonder did bminish last try with the 'NV' driver - NVidias
> obfuscated-source driver for Xorg? The reverse-engineered, readable-source
> nouveau seems much better. (And even has 3D! Though alpha - still with
> Paul Jakma paul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
> Too many interrupts
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