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    Ah, sorry I must have miss-read the previos posts.

    So in that case I could get like a 16 or 32MB card that will support a 15" monitor for consoles etc...??

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    Hmm...

    /me is an nvidia fan. The gamers will laugh, but I really like my gf4-mx440. I use the twinView to obtain output from mplayer to my TV.
    Like this:

    http://je-fro.port5.com/RRweb/dsc01831.jpg

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    So hoe do you configure what goes onto the 2nd monitor/tv etc??

    Is it baased on what is in a certian part of the monitor or can you 'send' a specific app to the other monitor??

    J

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    /me is an nvidia fan. The gamers will laugh, but I really like my gf4-mx440.
    Heh, I have the exact same card as je_fro. From what I hear nVidia has by far the best drivers for Linux. So nVidia is the one I would buy for a Linux machine but that is just me

    If you want a copy of my XF86Config-4 just let me know and I'll post it up.

    Have a revolutionary Mayday!

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    let the gamers laugh, when they have no experience outside of fragging when it comes time for a job, /me will have his revenge MUHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA MUUUUHAHAHAHHAHA :twisted: errrm i mean, go games yayyyy

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