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Config 9129, submitted by Andrew Jackson on Apr 2, 2011
WinXP, 12 monitors, 4 video cards
Asus P5GC, Intel Core 2 Duo E6600, 4Gb RAM, 2 x 80Gb HD in RAID 1, 2Tb HD as d drive, HD's are in caddies and slot in and out from front of case (not hot-swap).
Card 1:
PCIe, Nvidia GeForce 7600 GT chipset
The fans on this and the 2 Matrox cards were too loud until I added a fan controller to each. I only need to dial it to full voltage for demanding applications such as games.
Card 2:
PCI, Nvidia GeForce FX 5200 chipset
No problems
Card 3:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
The Matrox configuration software is very poor compared to the Nvidia software. Surprising for a company that specialises in multi-monitor cards.
Card 4:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
No problems

Config 9113, submitted by Kitchen Wallpaper on Jan 31, 2011
WinXP, 4 monitors, 2 video cards
4x1 22" Monitors 1600x900 => 6400x900
Atom 510, 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash Disc, Fanless Power Supply
Card 1:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCIe Intel Onboard, Intel 82865G chipset
No problems

Config 8673, submitted by RichKH on Nov 27, 2008
Win2000, 6 monitors, 2 video cards
Athlon XP 2800+, MSI K7N2-Delta ISLR motherboard.
Card 1:
AGP, Nvidia 6600GT chipset
Driver version 81.98.
Card 2:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
Driver version 5.95.5.0.
Will BSoD on WinDVD and latest versions of Google Earth.

Config 8272, submitted by MicroFly on Sep 18, 2007
WinXP, 5 monitors, 2 video cards
AMD x2 6000+
4GB G-Skill DDR800
Card 1:
PCIe, Nvidia GeForce 7900 GT chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
No problems

Config 8258, submitted by Anonymous on Aug 28, 2007
WinXP, 2 monitors, 1 video cards
Dell Precision 470 (Dual Xeon 3.4Ghz, 2GB Ram)
Card 1:
PCIe Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
Rotated display is noticeably slower than non-rotated

Config 8229, submitted by Anonymous on Jul 27, 2007
WinXP, 9 monitors, 3 video cards
IBM IntelliStation MPro (9229)
Windows XP 64-bit, SP2

Card 1:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
No issues
Card 2:
PCIe Nvidia Quadro FX 1500, Nvidia Quadro FX chipset
Must use Standard SVGA driver. Installing the NVidia driver deactivates the Matrox G450 MMS card. Only one monitor output works this way.
Card 3:
PCIe ATI FireMV 2400, ATI not known chipset
No FireMV 2400 XP 64-bit driver - works with one chip using "FireMV 2200" driver & the other three using "FireMV 2200 Secondary" driver

Config 8194, submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 2007
WinXP, 8 monitors, 3 video cards
IBM Intellistation MPro (9229)
Windows XP x64, SP2
Card 1:
PCIe Nvidia Quadro FX 1500, Nvidia Quadro FX chipset
no issues
Card 2:
PCIe Nvidia Quadro FX 3500
no issues
Card 3:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
no issues

Config 8087, submitted by Anonymous on Apr 14, 2007
Win2003, 4 monitors, 1 video cards
WIN 2003 server
Card 1:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
No problems

Config 7496, submitted by Indystockman on Mar 18, 2006
WinXP, 4 monitors, 1 video cards
Intel P4 with 2GB RAM
Monitors: 4 ViewSonic VX922 19"
Card 1:
AGP Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
No problems

Config 7338, submitted by george on Dec 21, 2005
WinXP, 3 monitors, 1 video cards
3.2ghz extreem edition, 4 gb ram, 1 tera rom, watercooled. 3 x 17" iiyama blck lcds.
Card 1:
PCI Matrox G450 MMS Quad, Matrox G450 chipset
slow video, never succeeded in playing a 3 monitor game.