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 Dual monitor bottleneck?

Answer Separate cards would be best if they can run on the same speed of bus such as both PCI or both PCIe. I've run AGP/PCI and it works fine though.
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Can a single lamp lcd monitor be used in place of a dual lamp lcd monitor. My HP Pavillion laptop needed a replacement monitor for the HDX 16 1025NR model and was a dual lamp. Can I usea single lamp?

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PC dual screen; HDMI HDTV with secondary vga monitor why does the monitor look better than the hdtv?

Tv's usally only support HD formats natively. 1600x1080 is not a native HD format as far as I know, so it is probably scaling to fit which usually looks very bad. Set the HDTV to either 1920x1080p ... Read More »
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Dual monitor question ?

The simplest way is to connect your monitor to the second video port, revert the settings back to the other (the same way you did it the first time) and reboot, plugging the monitor back where it b... Read More »
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How to Dual Mount a Monitor?

Mounting dual monitors to your computer allows you lots of extra desktop space to work on multiple files at once. Since Vista, Windows automatically detects when a second monitor is connected. You ... Read More »
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