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Old September 26th 07, 08:40 PM posted to alt.comp.periphs.videocards.matrox
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Default Screen Size?

I need to enlarge an image to a huge size before I copy it and start working
with it. At the end of the day it's the only way I can get the zoom level
and detail I want for the program. I've tried to get in touch with ATI
pre-sales to find out if there is a card that will do this with no success.
Is there an ATI video card that can handle two monitors and a virtual screen
size larger than 2048x1536?

I know there are a few NVIDIA cards that are only limited by RAM? IDEAS?
I'm currently using a RADEON X550 video card.


 




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