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    Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Graphics intensive commercial installations will be powered by custom Quadro GPUs.
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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Thats a name I haven't heard since the Voodoo days....
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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    wow... you're right... G400 anyone?

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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Matrox, a name from past indeed, they have something going on with HPE as the onboard GPU on some of their servers is a Matrox part.

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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Hehe yeah i too had the Matrox millennium & voodoo back in the day :-)

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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Didn't 3DFX make Voodoo?
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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    3DFX made the Voodoo indeed. Matrox have been long term big players in the video wall market, which is bigger and more lucrative than you think. Imagine the pitch side advertising you see when you see Utd meekly surrender to Burnley. Yup a lot of that is powered by Matrox
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    Capable of running up to four 4K displays per card?
    So..... Crysis?
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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonj1611 View Post
    Didn't 3DFX make Voodoo?
    Yes. The Matrox Millennium and Voodoo 1 combo was VERY common back in the day. I think that's what he meant

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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Quote Originally Posted by LeetyMcLeet View Post
    Yes. The Matrox Millennium and Voodoo 1 combo was VERY common back in the day. I think that's what he meant
    Indeed it was as the Voodoo 1 was just an accelerator
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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Blast from the past indeed.

    To me, Matrox was the go to for multi display. I remember in our gaming centre they sent a 3 screen system and it was awesome.

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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    G200 here it had 8MB Ram.... had a Voodoo II as well to pair it with

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    Re: Matrox partners with Nvidia for video wall applications

    Quote Originally Posted by QuorTek View Post
    G200 here it had 8MB Ram.... had a Voodoo II as well to pair it with
    Wonder if I still have one of those in the garage

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