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Matrox expands support for its external multi-display upgrades

Matrox VITE : 09 July, 2006  (Company News)
Matrox Graphics Inc. announces expanded monitor and graphics hardware support for its popular Graphics eXpansion Modules. These easy-to-install, palm-sized, external upgrades add multi-display support to a system by dividing the monitor output of a computer into separate displays.
Matrox Graphics Inc. announces expanded monitor and graphics hardware support for its popular Graphics eXpansion Modules. These easy-to-install, palm-sized, external upgrades add multi-display support to a system by dividing the monitor output of a computer into separate displays.

The original DualHead2Go now supports the wide range of graphics hardware already supported with TripleHead2Go, including add-in cards from ATI Technologies and Nvidia, and SLI configured systems. With TripleHead2Go, in addition to existing support for 3 monitors at time, Matrox now provides support for 2 monitors at a time, wide screens, and higher refresh rates.

'This expanded support allows DualHead2Go to be used with a wider variety of graphics hardware and TripleHead2Go to be used with a wider variety of monitors,' says Samuel Recine, Business Development Manager, Matrox Graphics. 'The support we added to these products reflects the things most frequently requested by our customers.'

The added graphics hardware support for DualHead2Go is the result of new certification by Matrox - for more information, see the online DualHead2Go compatibility list. Enabling the new TripleHead2Go display modes requires downloading and running a separate software tool.
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