Matrox releases a couple of new PCI-E graphics cards
Matrox released new workstation graphics designed for multimonitor configurations (CAD, GIS, monitoring systems).
The Millennium P650 PCI-E 128 that started the new Millennium P series distinguished by native PCI-E support and DualHead (2 x DVI; 1920x1200 digital, 1920x1440 analog; 2048x1536 single analog). The card supports proprietary image improvement and rotation, works under Windows XP and 2000 (Linux, Sun are an option), supports OpenGL and DirectX.
The card has 400 MHz RAMDAC, 128MB RAM. It will go on sale in April for $249.
The second novelty, Matrox QID LP PCI-E is claimed to be the industry-first low-profile quad-monitor solution for PCI-E bus. The card has features identical to the previous, supports 1600x1200 resolution and is supplied with adapter from the single connector to 4 digital interfaces (to which you can also connect adapters to analog interfaces). This one will go on sale in April for $799 being intended for monitoring systems, financial and medical equipment markets.
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