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|13th April 2006, 04:30||#1|
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Matrox is well known for coming up with new and intriguing ways to use computer graphics technology. They pioneered the use of multiple monitors with a single video card ("MultiHead"), and now that feature is standard on virtually every video card. They also carved a name for themselves in the 2D quality/2D performance segment with their Millennium line of video cards, leading to the Matrox name becoming a common one amongst graphics professionals.
"Triple Head Gaming". The idea was that you could spread your game out over three displays, and enjoy a wider field of view, or additional display angles (i.e. Microsoft Flight Simulator).
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