Graphics card with dual monitor output


R

Romanise

We need to buy a graphics card with dual monitor output, ideally 2 VGA
outputs but 1 VGA+1 DVI will suffice. The card needs to output 1440 x
900 PER MONITOR with 16-bit colour.

We DO NOT need to watch DVD's or play computer games or need fast
refresh rate, these cards will be used in computers for our accounts
staff so they can see 2 Excel spreadsheets side by side.

Ideally the cards should fit into PCI slot and not require AGP slot.

We would like to buy from a vendor where drivers for Win XP
Professional are available.

With thanks
D M Joshi
 
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J

JAD

Romanise said:
We need to buy a graphics card with dual monitor output, ideally 2 VGA
outputs but 1 VGA+1 DVI will suffice. The card needs to output 1440 x
900 PER MONITOR with 16-bit colour.

We DO NOT need to watch DVD's or play computer games or need fast
refresh rate, these cards will be used in computers for our accounts
staff so they can see 2 Excel spreadsheets side by side.

Ideally the cards should fit into PCI slot and not require AGP slot.


PCI? not PCI'e? Thats going to be tough
 
F

Fergus

Romanise said:
We need to buy a graphics card with dual monitor output, ideally 2 VGA
outputs but 1 VGA+1 DVI will suffice. The card needs to output 1440 x
900 PER MONITOR with 16-bit colour.

We DO NOT need to watch DVD's or play computer games or need fast
refresh rate, these cards will be used in computers for our accounts
staff so they can see 2 Excel spreadsheets side by side.

Ideally the cards should fit into PCI slot and not require AGP slot.

We would like to buy from a vendor where drivers for Win XP
Professional are available.

With thanks
D M Joshi

most dual dvi cards are supplied with 2 vga adaptors so I would go dual dvi
for any future requirements.
 
G

Gazwad

Romanise <[email protected]>, the hideous-wastrel and bold trizz who
likes fierce wall painting with carps, and whose partner is a sin-sister
with a messy bear trap, wrote in
We need to buy a graphics card with dual monitor output, ideally 2 VGA
outputs but 1 VGA+1 DVI will suffice. The card needs to output 1440 x
900 PER MONITOR with 16-bit colour.

We DO NOT need to watch DVD's or play computer games or need fast
refresh rate, these cards will be used in computers for our accounts
staff so they can see 2 Excel spreadsheets side by side.

Ideally the cards should fit into PCI slot and not require AGP slot.

We would like to buy from a vendor where drivers for Win XP
Professional are available.

With thanks
D M Joshi


Why not use a single, large monitor and teach the staff how to use Excel
properly?


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B

Bob Fry

Gazwad> Why not use a single, large monitor and teach the staff
Gazwad> how to use Excel properly?

Why not just answer the freakin question?
Oh, you don't have the answer, so you made up a new question.
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D

Dozzer

Bob said:
Gazwad> Why not use a single, large monitor and teach the staff
Gazwad> how to use Excel properly?

Why not just answer the freakin question?
Oh, you don't have the answer, so you made up a new question.

?? Where's _your_ answer?
 

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