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Topic # 31675 26-Mar-2009 13:58
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Hi guys, has anyone run 4x displays from a PC using HDMI runing extended desktop. The idea is to get a one picture over 4tvs to make one big tv, do you get what I mean? What sort of graphic card configuration would you use? How would I get 4 HDMI outputs?
Needs to be HDMI/DVI.

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  Reply # 203509 26-Mar-2009 14:01
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1 video card with HDMI out and a HDMI video splitter Smile
http://smartvm.com/HDMI-Video-Splitter-C1462.htm

edit - Hmm just reaslised you want extended display over the 4 screens...so the above wouldnt help :-/




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  Reply # 203534 26-Mar-2009 15:22
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This place seems devoted to what you want to do,

http://realtimesoft.com/multimon/gallery_browse.asp?ID=857&date=desc&nummon=true&mon=desc

It seems that it is hard to run 4 displays off one card, most run dual head cards with two displays each using this
http://realtimesoft.com/ultramon/


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 203548 26-Mar-2009 16:03
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nzwogboy: Hi guys, has anyone run 4x displays from a PC using HDMI runing extended desktop. The idea is to get a one picture over 4tvs to make one big tv, do you get what I mean? What sort of graphic card configuration would you use? How would I get 4 HDMI outputs?

Needs to be HDMI/DVI.


Quite easy. Put Multiple Dual DVI cards in a machine. We have 4*Dual Cards in 1 machine running 8 42' LCD's here at work which works well. Use DVI ->HDMI cables.

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  Reply # 203551 26-Mar-2009 16:11
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Thanks for you help.

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