Thread: 3 monitors and 1 projector??
12-21-2007, 05:33 PM #1
3 monitors and 1 projector??
Hi guys I have a question about a future set up. Could I run 3 monitors and one projector from 1 computer? The computer is a Intel Dou Core 2 e6600 with 4 gig ram and will have a Nvidia 8800gt 512mb 256bit dual output card running fs2004. All i want to achieve is some movable primary instruments on 1 screen -->duplicated on a second screen for F/O and undock some engine instruments to a center screen. The projector will be for forward visuals of course. If it will work whats the chances of it running reasonably smooth? Thanks
12-21-2007, 07:33 PM #2
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Your machine should run that good, you will still need a TH2Go, about OZ$500. I have it all going on my quad core/8800GTS...
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12-21-2007, 08:20 PM #3
Thats great news thanks for reply.
01-01-2008, 08:16 PM #4
I can personally attest this setup works. Use TH2G or SoftTH to the 3 monitors and a remaining video out to the overhead projector. Here is a pic of me doing this with 3 17" Samsung LCDs using TH2G box and a InFocus SP5000 projector. The TH2G box is sorta hanging just above my right rudder pedal in that second picture.
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