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Ati And Nvidia Cards In One System

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#1 Steve Brewer

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Posted 06 November 2006 - 09:29 PM

I am attempting to use an ati 9500 radeon agp card in a system as a primary display and an nvidia geforce mx as secondary display. I can't move video to the nvidia display from the ati display. if anyone has any suggestions let me know

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Posted 08 November 2006 - 10:18 AM

Well, from my experience, you should be able to see the desktop on both and maybe stretch the desktop between both monitors, but to really get the full effect, you need 1 card with two ports. Even then im not sure because ive never tried two monitors on one card, only 1 for each card.
Anyway, from what I tried, you can't have a fullscreen application, game, or movie shared or transfered between the two cards\monitors. Probably because of the built in codecs of the cards. You can open a fullscreen application on each monitor though. Thats what i've been doing. (ex. watching a movie on one monitor and playing a game on the other. Please someone correct me if i'm wrong. I've never gone too in depth on this.

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