Wednesday, August 3rd 2011

KFA2 Launches New Series of Multi Display Graphics Cards

KFA2, the European focused NVIDIA only graphics card partner, announced today its launch of the new series of graphics cards; the MDT series – (Multi Display Technology) The KFA2 GTX 560 Ti MDT X5 and the KFA2 210 MDT X4 is aimed at the multi-display user. This new series of graphics cards are powered by the ViewXpand VMM1400/1402 chipset enabling the end-user to stack, clone and even create a virtual single display across multiple screens without having the extra expense of having to upgrade other system components.

The KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 TI MDT X5 is the only GTX 560 Ti graphics card in the world that supports a maximum of 5 monitors simultaneously. Enjoy multiple screen gaming utilizing the virtual single screen mode, providing a virtual resolution of up to 5760x900 (1440x900 on each display) in 4-monitor mode or 5040x1050 (1680x1050 on each display) in 3-monitor mode. This single graphic card can run 5 displays providing the perfect solution for any multi-display users.

The KFA2 GeForce 210 MDT X4 is the only GeForce graphics card in the market that supports quad 1080p displays, ideal for heavy multi-tasking business and home users. Powered by the IDT VMM1402 chipset, this single card supports x4 1080p monitors on each GPU display output, providing the perfect solution to enable efficient multi-screen workstations, video walls or heavy multi-tasking.

“Multi Display Technology not only allows you to increase the size of desktop space, but with multi-tasking being key, these cards provide the ultimate solution in multi-display computing at a cost like no other solution on the market.” said Graham Brown, European Marketing Manager.

Both cards are bundled with WinSplit Revolution desktop management software and are backed by a 2 year warranty and will be available at leading online and in-store retailers throughout Europe.
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8 Comments on KFA2 Launches New Series of Multi Display Graphics Cards

#1
Trackr
Is this following the news that nVidia will release cards with "EyeFinity"?

So they're calling it MDT.. not quite as catchy.
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#2
Shinshin
Nvidia should really workout their multi display limits.
Hope to see it working better in Kepler...
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#3
btarunr
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by: Trackr
Is this following the news that nVidia will release cards with "EyeFinity"?

So they're calling it MDT.. not quite as catchy.
This isn't an NVIDIA technology, it's KFA2/Galaxy's own innovation. They used third-party display IO controllers to create additional TMDS links. It works similar to Matrox TripleHead2Go, except that all the circuitry is on the card.
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#4
Jizzler
That 210 might be a nice cheap alternative to an NVS 420/450, if you don't need quad 2560x1600 support.

The 560 on the other hand seems very niche.
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#5
Jstn7477
Wow, NVIDIA still makes GeForce 210s? A 16SP card seems awfully weak for 4 1080p displays, seeing as it barely handles one. Why not a GT 430 or something?
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Supercrit
by: Jstn7477
Wow, NVIDIA still makes GeForce 210s? A 16SP card seems awfully weak for 4 1080p displays, seeing as it barely handles one. Why not a GT 430 or something?
Probably too many 210 cores lying around unused?
There are still 8400gs selling on newegg as well, with 8sp, and 6200 on PCI/AGP bus, I wonder how many gazillions of these cores are made since they are used on mobo, PCI-e, PCI, AGP and still not discontinued :laugh:
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Jstn7477
by: Supercrit
Probably too many 210 cores lying around unused?
There are still 8400gs selling on newegg as well, with 8sp, and 6200 on PCI/AGP bus, I wonder how many gazillions of these cores are made since they are used on mobo, PCI-e, PCI, AGP and still not discontinued :laugh:
I suppose. I think I had an FX 5200 256MB board from 2007 at one point. I don't remember the date on the chip, but I think it was mid 2005.
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#8
dickobrazzz
i think that nvidia doesn`t make the same technology like eyefinity, because they have got such offer in quadro and they will lost money if they will make eyefinity in desktop cards, because desktop cards much cheaper than quadro and we know that card are similar only bios and mb ecc memory different
multimonitor is good for working not only in games
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