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Ati Firemv 2400 100-505115 Workstation Video Card

Ati Firemv 2400 100-505115 Workstation Video Card
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Chipset Manufacturer: ATI Other Ports: 2x VHDCI connectors (supporting up to 4x DVI or 4x VGA) Analog Resolution: 2048 x 1536 Cooler: Fanless Operating Systems Supported: Windows Vista (64-bit and 32-bit), Windows XP (64-bit and 32-bit) and Windows 2000 Features: Powered by two of ATI's scalable FireMV workstation Graphics Processing Units (GPU) Quad Display Support Package Contents: 100-505115 Two VHDCI connectors Four DVI to VGA Adapter Driver Disk L-P Bracket Parts: 3 years limited
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Courtney Jensen says...

I have installed many of these cards. They fit both full & half height slots & always work fantastic. Once you find a product that works so well you tend to stick with it. This is my standard dual head card from now on.

Patrick Foster says...

I have four high resolution monitors that I had tried to use matrox 3headstogo and had nothing but issues. This card was easy to install, well documented and worked great right away. It lets you set the resolution for each display independently and supports 1600x1200. I use it to trade with and performance seems great. Works with Windows Vista or XP. The 128MB model only supports Window XP.

Alexis Infante says...

Our paperless office runs 3-4 monitors per PC setup. We get our machines from Dell but we always install the FireMV 2400 to run the monitors. They are a snap to install and in the 2 years we've been using them, not one has failed. Expensive, but we couldn't imagine using anything else.

Cindy Steele says...

I installed the PCI version and it shorted out the computer! Computer wouldn't boot and all monitors wouldn't illuminate. Returned the card for a replacement and the new card did the same thing. Customer Service finally told me there was a known conflict with HP and Dell computers and the card is not compatible with those manufacturers.

gail pelingon says...

I purchased the PCI version of this card. The box and instructions said Windows 2K and Windows XP only. I called ATI and they said this version, PCI, will not work with Vista at all. So I sent it back and got the PCIe version with 256K RAM. See my review of that product. Hint - I love it.

lovy ermac says...

Works great!! I was running 5 LCD monitors. But memory installed is less. Wish it came withmore memory for the price.

Naughty Kid says...

Was looking for a second card to run dual monitors for streaming currency charts. This card filled the bill nicely, while not breaking my bank account. Works well with my other card, a Radeon 4350. I highly recommend this card.

Unica Camacho says...

Excellen graphics board. Easy to install on Dell Inspiron 531s. Increase refresh rate on internet. I am very pleased.

Joseph Espina says...

Have been amazed at the simplicity of the operation of this card - although I did have to download drivers for Win2K8 R2. Needed a card for the Desktop Experience so that this machine would make a superb Workstation - this card did the exact trick. Am running twin 28'' 1920x1200 (DVI) screens which I perform remote technical support for clients all over the world. Video playback is clean and crisp, graphics colors are right where they need to be with calibration and even games are quick - WOW was amazing to test on the machine at full resolution even though I don't play games on this machine. While the card is expensive, for Workstation users that need good responsiveness for 2 to 4 screens, this card fits the bill perfectly.

regie duhaylungsod says...

While this is only a one lane card, it fits the needs of many users who don't have a 16 lane slot, and manufacturers arn't building 4 land or 8 lane cards.

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