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Config 7050, submitted by Mike Cuffe on Jul 8, 2005
Win2000, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
AMD Athlon 1.3GHz
768,000 KB RAM
Card 1:
AGP, Nvidia GeForce 2 MX chipset
None
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
None

Config 6606, submitted by Brian Norris on Oct 31, 2004
Win2000, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
Custom-built multimedia station:
- Dual PIII 800MHz
- 512GB PC133
- Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
- Pinnacle AV/DV w/breakout box
Card 1:
AGP Nvidia GeForce FX5200, Nvidia GeforceFX 5200 chipset
- 53.03 ForceWare (Discreet Approved)
- Had issue using nView, applications not remembering which monitor to open up in. Enabling DualView resolved the issue.
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
- 5.82.018 Matrox
- No problems

Config 6477, submitted by D.Romano on Sep 1, 2004
Win98, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
2 monitors
Current desktop: 2048x768 (0,0 - 2048,768)

Monitor 1 - EV700 (primary):
Settings: 1024x768, 16-bit color, optimal refresh rate
Coordinates: 0,0 - 1024,768. Workspace: 0,0 - 1024,740
Video card: S3 ViRGE PCI (325)
Device: \\.\Display1\Monitor1

Monitor 2 - Plug and Play Monitor:
Settings: 1024x768, 16-bit color, optimal refresh rate
Coordinates: 1024,0 - 2048,768. Workspace: 1024,0 - 2048,740
Video card: Matrox Mystique PCI
Device: \\.\Display2\Monitor1
Card 1:
PCI, S3 ViRGE VX (988) chipset
none
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
nada

Config 5812, submitted by ShadowLord on Jan 20, 2004
Win2000, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
Compaq Deskpro EN P866.
No real problems. Just had to reactivate the on-board Intel card in the BIOS. By default the BIOS assumes you only want to use your 'new' card.
Card 1:
AGP, Intel 82815 chipset
Standard Win2k drivers. On board AGP card.
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
Standard Win2k drivers.

Config 5721, submitted by Anonymous on Dec 5, 2003
Win98, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
hobbled together
Card 1:
AGP Diamond Multimedia Monster Fusion, 3dfx Voodoo Banshee chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
No problems

Config 5045, submitted by fbilhaut on Apr 30, 2003
Win98, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
Athlon 500 on Asus 47M
Card 1:
AGP, Nvidia Geforce2 MX 200 chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
Windows 98 became a bit unstable, and hangs sometimes. Still usable for flight simulator.

Config 5005, submitted by Tyler on Apr 21, 2003
Win2000, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
Pentium MMX 200 mhz.
Card 1:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
none
Card 2:
PCI, Cirrus Logic 5430 chipset
none

Config 4968, submitted by Chris Taylor on Apr 14, 2003
Win2000, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
Clone Pentium 4 - 2.5GHz, 512MB RAM
Card 1:
AGP, ATI Radeon 7000 chipset
Drivers from Win2K
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
Drivers from Win2K

Config 4715, submitted by Oessl on Feb 17, 2003
Win98, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
- Abit KT7A-RAID
- 2 Disks at RAID controller, RAID 0
- 1 Disk at HDD port 0
- DVD and CD/RW at HDD port 1
- Soundblaster PCI 64
- Fritz! ISDN (ISA)
- no name Ethernet
- Adaptec 7850 SCSI controller with scanner only
- card reader for several kinds of multimedia storage devices (CompactFlash etc.)
Card 1:
AGP, Nvidia Riva TNT2 M64 chipset
No problems.
Don't forget to set the value of "Init Display First" to "AGP" in the "Integrated Peripherals" section of the BIOS! :-)
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
No problems.

Config 4695, submitted by fafhrd on Feb 12, 2003
Win2000, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
Mb Epox ep-6vba PIII 500 (slot)
Card 1:
AGP, Matrox MGA-G100 chipset
driver v. 582
Card 2:
PCI Matrox Mystique, Matrox MGA-1064SG chipset
driver v. 582