View Full Version : Dual Head 3D card help
02-14-2001, 01:39 AM
What are my options for a dual monitor 3D card? I know about the Matrox G450, but I was loking for something more gaming oriented. Thanks in advance.
02-14-2001, 02:11 AM
i'm sure a couple models using the Geforce MX support duel head features
02-14-2001, 02:32 AM
By-Tor, what Hapoo is referring to is the TwinView feature on the Geforce MX cards. Some just have the single 15-pin VGA, some have that plus and S-Video/RCA (for televison OUT), some have one VGA and one DVI (for flat-panels) and some have two VGA ports. The one I've been most impressed with is the Asus AGP-V7100 /2VID, specs at, its the first model listed.
I did a quick check on places to buy (from Asus.com's list of Where to Buy) and this seemed reasonable.
Remember, if you wanna game and use two monitors for your apps, go with the Nvidia, if you wanna do apps and limited gaming, go with the Matrox G450 (or even the G400 which while discontiued is relatively easy to get, cheap and pretty darn good.)
02-14-2001, 04:14 AM
you said dual head...
02-15-2001, 09:45 AM
I wish there were still "Add-On" 3d boards like the old Voodoo boards. That way I could use the MAtrox 450 and have 3d out on one monitor. Oh well, thanks for the info.
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