[rescue] Looking for 4 head AGP card (PeeCee)

Erie Patsellis erie at shelbyvilledesign.com
Fri Aug 10 17:30:01 CDT 2007

Out of curiosity, any reason not to just project? there are some pretty 
nice CRT projectors, in good shape capable of pretty high res output 
around for cheap, crazy cheap. I have an Ampro 3300 8" crt projector 
that will scan up to 100khz, if I remember correctly.


Timothy Baldridge wrote:
> By my calculations that's all coming up to ~250MB/sec. I have no clue
> what the top speed of PCI is. But I think PCIe should handle it. AGP
> should be able to as well (at least 8x).
> I've thought about getting one of those matrox boxes and turning my
> dual 22" desktop into triple 22" (it'd rock for gaming). But I haven't
> had the spare cash yet.
> But yeah, I'd say dual matrox boxes on a dual head GF6600 should work
> fine. If you use NVIDIA you can use TwinView. And that'll allow you to
> actually show all 4 displays as one X desktop (TwinView does in
> software what the matrox box does in hardware).
> Timothy
> On 8/10/07, John Francini <francini at mac.com> wrote:
>> Unless things have changed, there are (were) 3 12-screen
>> presentations still in existence at Walt Disney World (Orlando):
>> a) The TimeKeeper in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom
>> b) The China pavilion at Epcot
>> c) The Canada pavilion at Epcot
>> France, of course, had to go its own way, and has a 5-screen
>> presentation -- the music to which I find excellent and unforgettable.
>> j
>> On 10 Aug 2007, at 9:51, Francois Dion wrote:
>>>  BTW, the logical next step is a 360 setup. Like Disney use(d) at
>>> Epcot center, or at Expo 86 (Vancouver) and before that Expo 67
>>> (Montreal). But all of these were using film cameras and film
>>> projectors (would be pretty easy to do this with computers and
>>> projectors).
>>> Francois
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