Here's one low cost dual display card by mail-order:
It may not be the highest performance card if you're into using
the computer for gaming but 3D performance isn't used in any of
the amateur contesting/logging programs.
For other cards check video cards at www.pricewatch.com (look for the
earlier generation (nVidia gForce 2 MX, Matrox G400 and G450, etc.
based cards ... their prices will be about 75% or less than the
current "high end" cards).
... Joe, K4IK
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Jerry Ford
> Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 3:03 PM
> To: WriteLog@contesting.com
> Subject: [WriteLog] dual monitors??
> Hey. I like the idea.
> Use all the Writelog windows. ccccooooooollllll
> So lets talk about the card required to set this up.
> I just took a look at the Matrox G550. Looks good
> but is a little high and has some feature that I really don't
> understand. So, some of you guru's out there help us
> out. What falls under the catagories of affordable, plug in play,
> locally available ( best buy etc ) hook it up and run types of cards??
> I have another SVGA monitor I can use but I'm about to
> wear the screws out on the cover of my tower as I upgrade it for
> contesting. Hee Hee
> Whats the scoop folks??
> 73 to all Jerry N0JRN
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