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Config 8203, submitted by sw on Jul 4, 2007
Win2000, Linux, 3 monitors, 2 video cards
AMD Duron 1200@1350
768MB RAM
800GB HDD
Card 1:
AGP, Nvidia FX5500 chipset
No
Card 2:
PCI Elsa Winner II, S3 Savage4 chipset
No
(configuration for linux was a bit hard but now it runs)

Config 6287, submitted by Steev on Jun 24, 2004
Win2000, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
Gateway PIII/1GHz, iiyama and Gateway 17" monitors. Used for development. Couldn't go back to a single screen.
Card 1:
AGP, Intel 82815 chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCI, S3 Savage4 chipset
No problems

Config 6266, submitted by Dr. Robert D. Solomon, TRILLENNIUM.com on Jun 15, 2004
Win2000, 4 monitors, 1 video cards
Use of four rear screen projectors to create a 16' x 4' ThinkRoom(TM) to Solve "Impossible" Problems
Card 1:
PCI Colorgraphic Predator Pro 4 PCI Multiscreen, S3 Savage4 chipset
No problems

Config 5915, submitted by Dr. Robert Solomon, Trillennium.com on Feb 23, 2004
Win2000, 8 monitors, 2 video cards
8 - 19" LCD Panels
Card 1:
PCI Colorgraphic Predator Pro 4 PCI Multiscreen, S3 Savage4 chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCI Colorgraphic Predator Pro 4 PCI Multiscreen, S3 Savage4 chipset
No problems

Config 5914, submitted by Dr. Robert Solomon, Trillennium.com on Feb 23, 2004
Win2000, 8 monitors, 2 video cards
4 - 19" LCD Panels
Card 1:
PCI Colorgraphic Predator Pro 4 PCI Multiscreen, S3 Savage4 chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCI Colorgraphic Predator Pro 4 PCI Multiscreen, S3 Savage4 chipset
No problems

Config 5605, submitted by Ben on Oct 29, 2003
Win2000, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
P2-333 - 128MB RAM - 4GB HDD - Old workhorse :o
Card 1:
AGP, Nvidia RIVA TNT chipset
No problems
Card 2:
PCI, S3 Savage4 chipset
No problems

Config 5461, submitted by Sameer Gupta on Sep 10, 2003
Win2000, 4 monitors, 1 video cards
Pentium 4 2.4GHz
512 MB RAM
Shuttle XPC SB51G (Intel 845GE chipset,
Integrated AGP display currently disabled.)
Card 1:
PCI Colorgraphic Predator Pro 4 PCI Multiscreen, S3 Savage4 chipset
Mo major problems using the latest drivers from Colorgraphic. I had installation problems with win2k with an earlier version.

Minor issues:
1. Windows power management does not work because the card is recognized as not being ACPI compliant, inspite of Colographic's claim to the contrary.
2. Window placement software (Mover99) does not work well with many applications.

Config 5140, submitted by Hein R Zentgraf on May 24, 2003
Win2000, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
Intel 815 c/s main board, 40G & 20G 7200rpm storage, 256M RAM, Samsung 48CD/16DVD, Samsung CDRW 16/10/32, SB Live! 5.1, 10/100 ethernet, 1.44M floppy.
Card 1:
PCI 3dfx Voodoo3 2000, 3dfx Voodoo3 chipset
Had to get drivers from the 'Net (driverguide.com)
Card 2:
PCI, S3 Savage4 chipset
Again had to get drivers from the 'Net. Sometimes when working in windows moved into the second screen causes the system to hang. No cure found yet, apart from the reset switch.

Config 4967, submitted by David Pernas on Apr 14, 2003
Win98, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
AMD K6-2 450 MHz, PCpartner motherboard with VIA MVP3 chipset, 320 MB RAM
Card 1:
AGP, S3 Savage4 chipset
Win98SE CD drivers
Card 2:
PCI, S3 ViRGE (325) chipset
Win98SE CD drivers

Config 4940, submitted by Chom on Apr 10, 2003
Win98, 2 monitors, 2 video cards
cyrix 233mhz with mmx and 96MB of pc-133 ram
Card 1:
PCI Diamond Multimedia Stealth III S540, S3 Savage4 chipset
overheats due to lack of fan. driver said to have a memory leak therfore was never MS signed
Card 2:
PCI Diamond Multimedia Stealth 3D 2000 Pro, S3 ViRGE DX (375) chipset
no known problems,