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Config 12332, submitted by NVIDIA Quadro K2000 on Jan 16, 2015
Win7, Linux, 3 monitors, 1 video cards
HP Z230
Card 1:
PCIe Nvidia nvs 400, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
Sharing monitors with 2 systems. Controlling which input each monitor is using.

Config 9207, submitted by Howard on Jan 13, 2012
WinXP, Win7, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
HP Pavilion Elite 7000 Minitower; Intel Core i7 860 @ 2.80 GHz; 8 GB RAM
Card 1:
PCIe Nvidia GeForce 210
No problems
Card 2:
PCIe Nvidia Quadro NVS 290, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
No problems

Config 9144, submitted by Anonymous on May 15, 2011
WinXP, 3 monitors, 1 video cards
Dell Precision M65 Laptop
Card 1:
AGP Nvidia Quadro NVS 120M, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
No problems

Config 9092, submitted by natch on Dec 9, 2010
WinXP, 2 monitors, 1 video cards
Windows XP x64
Card 1:
PCIe Nvidia Quadro NVS 290, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
No problems

Config 9082, submitted by slin on Oct 26, 2010
Win7, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
Asus P5Q-E
E8400
W7 64-bit

9600GT (x16) driving HP LP 3065 + Dell 2007FP

Quadro NVS 290 (x16) driving Dell 2001FP
Card 1:
PCIe Nvidia 9600GT
Nvidia 260.89 WHQL
Card 2:
PCIe Nvidia Nvidia Quadro NVS, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
Nvidia 260.89

Config 9067, submitted by Anonymous on Oct 5, 2010
Win7, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
Dell Latitude E6400
Card 1:
PCIe, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
Dell U2410 (1920x1200)
Dell U2208WFP (1680x1050)
Card 2:
PCIe, DisplayLink USB Graphics Adapter chipset
Dell U2208WFP (1680x1050)

Config 9047, submitted by Kevin Kane at kevinkane.com on Aug 6, 2010
WinVista, 3 monitors, 1 video cards
See full details and helpful tips at http://kevinkane.com/2009/08/19/multiple-computer-screens-maybe-the-fastest-way-to-boost-your-productivity-immediately/
Companies see a fast return on investment in multiple monitors. Moreover, surveys show that employees enjoy having extra screens, and happy employees are productive employees. It seems contradictory that some companies do not hesitate to pay $100 per month for an employee’s BlackBerry plan, yet resist making a one-time investment of $150 in the same employee for an extra monitor. It seems that productivity returns diminish once more monitors are added which require the additional monitors to be placed too far away from your eyes, or outside the periphery of your vision. Let me explain. For most users, I think three screens are terrific. For more than three screens to be practical, it might be helpful to have some monitors in portrait mode. My three monitors, which includes one laptop screen and two LCDs, take up 51″ across. I can’t see much outside 51″ without turning my head or swiveling my chair. I don’t want to strain my neck upward, either, to view a second row of monitors above the ones on my desk. I caution against creating “one space for everything.” Jason Fitzpatrick of lifehacker.com says, “Sometimes trying to build a workspace that can do everything for every situation leads you to create an overwhelming and cluttered workspace.”
Card 1:
PCI, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
The second LCD is connected with a USB 2.0 VGA adapter cable to one of my laptop’s USB ports.

Config 9037, submitted by Mr Rib on Jul 10, 2010
WinXP, WinVista, Win2008, Win7, 4 monitors, 1 video cards
Intel I5, 8gb 2000mhz Corsair, Asus P7P55D mb, 6TB HD, 1 DVD, 1 Bluray recorders, NZXT fac controller, SR71 Blackbird
Card 1:
PCIe, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
New drivers solved limit of 3 monitors. it now works perfectly on 4 monitors.

Config 8963, submitted by Hugh on Feb 24, 2010
WinXP, 12 monitors, 3 video cards
GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD5 motherboard
G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB
Intel Core i7-920 Bloomfield 2.66GHz
Intel X25-M Mainstream SSDSA2M080G2R5 2.5" 80GB
Card 1:
PCIe PNY technology NVIDIA QUADRO NVS440
No problems
Card 2:
PCIe PNY Nvidia Quadro NVS 440, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
No problems
Card 3:
PCIe PNY technology NVIDIA QUADRO NVS440
No problems

Config 8919, submitted by Skadi Skirnir on Dec 16, 2009
WinVista, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
Pentium IV 3GHZ, 2GB DDR400, 320GB HDD
Card 1:
AGP Nvidia Quadro FX 3450/4000
No problems
Card 2:
AGP Nvidia Nvidia Quadro NVS, Nvidia Quadro NVS chipset
No problems