While out in San Jose for my main job (aka the job that makes money) I found out that I was merely 4 miles away from a long lost New England college buddy who was attending the NVIDIA’s NVISION Conference and GeForce LAN.  So I quickly skipped out for a couple hours so this New […]

I’ll admit when I’m wrong, and here it goes. I was wrong.  When NVIDIA aquired Ageia and their PhysX last Feburary I was pretty confident we were going to see NVIDIA pushing that I not only need to buy 3 of their GPU’s, but I will also need to buy a NVIDIA Physics card too!  […]

The newest version of Surround Gaming Utility (SGU) by Matrox for the TripleHead2Go just got a little better by adding 2 new resalutions, triple 1440×900 and triple 1680×1050. Not very common sizes, Im sure someone out there is happy they did. So hurry on over and grab the download, and try not to be offended […]

Close to home, Logan Airport, is doing something close to my heart by mimicking a control tower for training new controllers and workers.  In addition to what looks like 7+ rear projected monitors making up the video wall, the interactive simulation has voice recognition so spoken radio commands are translated to moving virtual airplanes for […]

  I have been a fan of gaming cockpits almost as long as I have loved Multiple Monitors.  The VRX Mach4 is my idea of a well designed cockpit and best of all they are available for purchase right now. Featuring 3x 1080p 37″ LCD’s and a 7″ rear view LCD you got all your […]

According to a report over at Engadget, ATI is getting ready to roll out new CrossFire X drivers that will enable you to CrossFire diffrent ATI GPU’s.  Examples of RV670- and R680 were given.  This is good news for those who piece together their Multi-GPU systems as the technology gets old and show up for […]

Samsung has just announced the SyncMaster 2263DX a 22-inch LCD monitor that features an additional 7-inch monitor connected to the display. The 7-incher’ is a USB display, and is designed to meet the needs of people who want an additional display without the costs or deskspace of a full sized additional monitor. Personally, they are […]

EVGA’s first Monitor

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NOT JUST TWO LCD SCREENS MOUNTED ON THE SAME STANDBrea, California and Munich, Germany – January 7, 2008 — EVGA Corporation, a trendsetting graphics card and motherboards manufacturer announced today the release of Interviewâ„¢ Dual-Monitor System, a brand new concept in dual-monitor display with two rotating wide-screen LCD screens. EVGA Interviewâ„¢ Dual-Monitor System offers two […]

Toms hardware has a couple sexy photos but nothing new along the lines of performance. Nvidia took the opportunity to show of its new three-way SLI technology at CES 2008 this week. While packing three GPUs into a single desktop PC may seem excessive, think again. Nvidia was running Crysis on a custom Q6600 quad […]

To sum it up it looks to be a multiple DLP display enclosed in a case. But it gets the job done, and so far looks to be the closest anyone has come to a consumer Multi-Projector display. To see more shots, head on over to Engadget.

This is an early version of the fix, and Microsoft recommends non-advanced users to wait for SP1 when it will be probibly tuned. SYMPTOMS: In some scenarios, games and benchmarks perform more poorly than expected on a Windows Vista-based computer. This issue occurs when the games and the benchmarks use multiple display adapters in a […]

  Gizmodo interviewed Mersive and got some sweet footage of their 360 degree Hummer Simulator in action, check the link for more videos. We haven’t played any games (yet!) in the domes you saw in the videos. We have however played Quake on large, multi-projector, multi-wall environments. Because the source code is available for Quake […]

While ACME Portable is no stranger to releasing triple screen luggable PC’s for more workstation related tasks, they are now offering dual nVidia 8800GTX’s in SLI mode (sic).  A lot of things do not add up with their statements on the website and you have to wonder how they accomplish spanning.  Spanned gaming and SLI? […]

[H]ardOCP.com has the scoop of a beautifully done monitor mod.  Shadowlord, well known on the HardForum’s for his handywork in PC Modding, completed a well photographed complete benzel and base replacement.  Jump on over, it looks pretty doable for the average joe.

Don’t ask me how I missed this one, but it looks like the EA Crysis booth at some gaming convention used a 360 degree, multi-projector, screen to advertise their upcoming game. It looks really cool, for a canned looping video. I would be pritty sweet if it was life gameplay, but I guess thats asking […]

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