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Dual Monitors

Discussion in 'Games' started by hyler, May 8, 2003.

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  1. hyler

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    As most of you know I was searching for a new graphics card awhile ago to replace my archaic Voodoo 3. I ended up with way more than what I needed (which is good). A nvidia GeForce FX. It's been perfect so far, now I want to put it to it's full potential. I currently have two monitors set up to it now heres what I want to do. For example, on Unreal Tournament 2K3. I want my first monitor to be showing First person view, and my second monitor to be the cinematic view. Where do I start in something like this?
     
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    There is one link that is worth taking a look at regarding unorthodox setups such as you desrcibe. The site is 2CPU.COM aimed at people running dual processor systems but there are lots of tips for setting up high end displays, dual monitor configs. etc in their forums here :

    http://forums.2cpu.com/forumdisplay.php?forumid=14
     
  3. AtreideS

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    So far, dual monitoring or triple monitoring seems to be in its infancy. Although the Matrox Parahelia video card had lovely support for 3 monitors. You may not be able to get UT2003 to work in the way you want. But have a look in your Display Properties, in the nVidia section. It should have a way to setup dual monitors. However getting one to show you a FPS view and one Cinematic in a specific game might be a bit of a dream. Good luck though. I'd love to see it done! :)
     
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