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Config 8391, submitted by Marco on Jan 17, 2008
WinXP, 4 monitors, 1 video cards
IBM Intellistation M Pro
6 GB Ram
(2) 130 SATA 7200 Drives
Logitech MX Bluetooth Mouse / Keyboard
Logitech Z220 Speakers / Sub
Card 1:
PCI Matrox G450-PCI dual head, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
No problems

Config 8186, submitted by BlueRose79 on Jun 15, 2007
WinXP, 2 monitors, 1 video cards
AMD 3200+ 2 gig DDR 3 120gb Hard Drives
Card 1:
AGP, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
Newest Drivers from Matrox Website

Config 7810, submitted by crimzon on Oct 9, 2006
WinXP, 15 monitors, 6 video cards
Dell Precision 530
Dual P4 Xeon 1.6GHz
1GB RDRAM
Card 1:
AGP, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
None, Windows Cert Driver 2x monitors
Card 2:
PCI ATI FireMV 2400, ATI not known chipset
None, Windows Cert Driver 4x monitors
Card 3:
PCI ATI FireMV 2400, ATI not known chipset
None, Windows Cert Driver 4x Monitors
Card 4:
PCI Appian Graphics Rushmore, ATI Radeon 7000 chipset
Only 2 of the 4 ports are working on this card. (Port 1 and Port 3) Using Windows Cert Driver.
Card 5:
PCI Appian Graphics Rushmore, ATI Radeon 7000 chipset
Only 2 of the 4 ports are working on this card. (Port 1 and Port 3) (Like the other card). Using Windows Cert Driver.
Card 6:
PCI Nvidia Vanta, Nvidia RIVA TNT chipset
None, Windows Cert Driver, 1x monitor.

Config 7583, submitted by Allan Bernard on May 8, 2006
WinXP, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
Motherboard: ABIT KR7A-133
CPU: AMD Athlon XP +2000
RAM: 768 DDR
Card 1:
PCI Matrox G450-PCI dual head, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
BIOS has to be configured to running the PCI card as primary, otherwise it won't work (AGP will be used as default and PCI wont be acitvated - error code 10).
Card 2:
AGP, Nvidia FX5500 chipset
See above...

Config 7506, submitted by Pete on Mar 25, 2006
WinXP, 4 monitors, 2 video cards
ASUS P4P800 deluxe P IV 2.4 1Gb
Card 1:
AGP, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCI Matrox G450-PCI dual head, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
No problems

Config 7434, submitted by Anonymous on Feb 16, 2006
WinXP, 2 monitors, 1 video cards
P4 2.4 GHz
768 MB DDR-RAM
80 GB HDD
Card 1:
AGP, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
No problems

Config 7273, submitted by Fast Eddy on Nov 14, 2005
WinXP, 2 monitors, 1 video cards
I don't know what you mean other than the OpSys radio buttons above.
Card 1:
AGP, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
Matrox QuickDesk used to present GUI of two monitors which I could configure independently. Something happened such that now it presents one virtual desktop 2560x1024. I can't make an ap snap to one screen or the other because they are a virtual one and I can't make ap subwindows snap to one screen.

Config 7265, submitted by Anonymous on Nov 11, 2005
Win2000, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
P4 3.06HT Shuttla SB51G
Card 1:
AGP Matrox G550 duel head
Matrox 5.93
Card 2:
PCI Matrox G450-PCI dual head, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
Matrox 5.93:
After adding 2nd card had to uninstall & reinstall sole driver as it did not not work correctly with plug'n'play

Config 7262, submitted by Anonymous on Nov 10, 2005
WinXP, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
Athlon XP 1800+ on MSI KT3 Ultra II based on VIA KT333A.
Running latest Matrox drivers that would suppor BOTH the Millenium II and G450 (don't remember the number, look it up at Matrox's site. Matrox no longer supports Millenium II in its current drivers, thus the driver version I'm using will be the last one ever to support Millenium II)
Card 1:
AGP, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
Works fine
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Millennium II, Matrox MGA-2164W chipset
Works fine, except one problem which I have to remember to avoid: if you hit the hotkey for the Pixeltouch Zoom (1x, 2x, 4x toggle) while the mouse is over its display, the display crashes. The only way to recover is to disable and re-enable the monitor.

Config 7213, submitted by Paco Wood on Oct 14, 2005
Win2000, 2 monitors, 1 video cards
1 17" 770 tft samsung
1 17" 760v tft samsung
Asus A87NX-X
xp2200
512ram kingston
2 100gig hd's
antec case
Card 1:
AGP, Matrox G450 Dual - Head chipset
None