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 Post subject: 2 X TH2G vs 1
PostPosted: 14 Apr 2016, 15:11 
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Hello..

I am currently running a 6 monitor setup with 2 NVIDIA cards..

1: GTX Titan Black
1: GTX 650 Ti

3 monitors are connected to a TH2G digital and the others are connected individually via 2 X DVI and 1 Display Port.

My question is: What are the benefits of having 2 X TH2G for these 6 monitors?
I never intend to 'stretch' a game over all 6 screens, In fact the game is always on the lower center Samsung Curved monitor and the remaining monitors are used for instrumentation or map overlays (FSX).
Should the lower 3 be connected to the TH2G and Titan Black, since the game is played on the lower center?

Many thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: 2 X TH2G vs 1
PostPosted: 15 Apr 2016, 05:31 
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 Post subject: Re: 2 X TH2G vs 1
PostPosted: 24 Apr 2016, 18:12 
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Really the only benefit would be to open up more ports on your graphics card. But I can see more drawbacks:

The th2go may not support the resolution of the other monitors.
You'd be restricted to having all your lower monitors being the same resolution.
The lower monitors would permanently be in a group.

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