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Old 8th October 2010, 09:07   #1
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Anyone that has used more than one monitor for their computer can attest to the boost in productivity it brings. Both AMD and NVIDIA have long had support for multiple monitor setups, and AMD even supports 3-6 monitors on one card with their HD5k series. However, there are situations where it is hard to hook up more than 1-2 monitors to the system. Laptops and notebooks usually only have one display port. Though users also can use the built-in screen of the laptop, it usually is much smaller than a regular monitor, and it is difficult to pla. Likewise a lot of stationary computers have older graphics cards that only support up to 2 monitors. One of our test computers, the author's computer at work, for example has an old HD4650 card that only supports 2 monitors. But since we want to use 3 monitors on that system we have to either buy a new HD5k-card or find another solution.
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