View Poll Results: Will your next computer purchase have more than one monitor?

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  • No

    3 25.00%
  • Duel monitors

    8 66.67%
  • Three or more monitors baby, were going panaramic!

    1 8.33%
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Thread: Duel or Tripple monitors out of the Box setup

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    Duel or Tripple monitors out of the Box setup

    I was wondering if the Wild dog performance had duel or triple monitor support? I really don't see a performance computer with out a few monitors.

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    Re: Duel or Tripple monitors out of the Box setup

    To get two dvi-out ports, you have to upgrade to the next nVidia card after the default one.

    I believe it will support dual monitors with the default card, but one will have to connect via vga and the other via dvi.
    To err is human, to forgive is very ... dog-like.

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    Question Re: Duel or Tripple monitors out of the Box setup

    Sable performance duel monitor?

    Can nvidia cards be put in this machine?

    Kind of different thread here but can you get wireless on the sable? Maybe blue tooth too?

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    Re: Duel or Tripple monitors out of the Box setup

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    Sable performance duel monitor?
    Not out of the box. It only has one vga out.

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    Can nvidia cards be put in this machine?
    Should work. It would have to be a low-profile card.

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    Kind of different thread here but can you get wireless on the sable? Maybe blue tooth too?
    No. There aren't many low-profile wireless cards on the market, and of the ones that exist, we've found one that *may* play well with Ubuntu. We've not been able to acquire one for testing yet, though.
    To err is human, to forgive is very ... dog-like.

    Thomas Aaron
    FetchMasters, LLC

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