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Duel Screens

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I have seen this before...and was wondering how you can do this?
 

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#2
If you're looking for split screen ...thats out of my reach! If you're looking to extend your desktop to two monitors, u just hook the second monitor to the card....goto the display settings and tell it to extend desktop to #2 monitor. thats the set up i use right now, so i can put programs to monitor temps of GPU,CPU,etc.
 
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#3
I've never seen duelling screens. Wow. Like the 2 muskateers!

A two screen (dual) setup is easy. As sneeky says, just plug it into the second socket of your GPU and go to properties in display to set it up. Also investigate www.ultramon.com which I thoroughly recommend for dual TFT setup.

P.S. Try to make sure you have 2 identical screens... otherwise you will have size and color matching problems.