Not certain this is the right place, but don't see anything obvious for hardware issues. If this needs to be moved - it prolly does - no problem.
I've found myself in a position such that I need a 3rd monitor. (Don't ask, it's a long story
Currently have an nVidia 7300 GS card, with two outputs, been working fine, even with the switch to Windows 7.
However, while searching for video cards with 4-8 outputs (3-4 would be ideal), I cannot seem to find any legitimate reviews, performance analyses, & the like.
So, anyone have experience, a preference, in regard to such cards? The leader, at least in find frequency, seems to be Matrox, with ATI next, but w/o valid reviews, it's awkward to decide.
Not a game player, so don't need WoW capability or the like, but this may involve a lot of graphic/video work. Running Win7, 32-bit, at least until I get a newer system. 2.8G Intel dual-core CPU, 3G RAM. Suppose the card should have a pretty strong GPU, but that'll have to be balanced against price/performance, I'd think. It'll need at least 1920x1200 resolution & 3 - heads? - outputs, and I'd really like to keep it as far under $1,000 as possible.
I don't mind spending the coin, but at the prices I've seen, don't think I can afford to experiment very much.
'Preciate any feedback.