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    You are out of luck with 2 cards and getting...

    You are out of luck with 2 cards and getting decent performance. I did it for a while. I currently drive 3 24" screens of a single 9500GT with 2 DVI outs. One goes to a Matrox TripleHead2Go...
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    I tried the Matrox DualHead2Go (Digital). Sadly...

    I tried the Matrox DualHead2Go (Digital). Sadly for those of us that are used to 1920x1200 output over DVI will not be happy with the output of the device. Small fonts are no longer crisp causing...
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    I think ideally Eyefinity is the way to go. But...

    I think ideally Eyefinity is the way to go. But if I understand correctly, on Linux it can only drive 2 displays at this time.

    As soon as Linux drivers exist that can drive 3 monitors I'll get...
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    Here's my setup.. ...

    Here's my setup..

    http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r23047445-Getting-setup-in-my-new-home-office

    3 24"s side by side.. I don't find it that bad. Center is of course my primary.. And I have...
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    Already using 2 NVidia cards, each with 2 DVI...

    Already using 2 NVidia cards, each with 2 DVI ports.

    No composite means not using the latest fancy Linux window stuff like compiz. Plus, if you just xinerama 3 individual nvidia displays,...
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    Triple monitor options.

    I'm currently using 3 monitors over 2 nvidia cards. While it works for the most part, it does have its downsides - one is lack of composite support.

    What are my ATI options for driving 3 monitors...
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