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Wednesday, 03 August 2011 18:29

KFA2 rolls out multi-display Geforce cards

Written by Slobodan Simic
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GTX 560 Ti and Geforce 210 based
Not waiting for Nvidia to step up and allow multi-display support, KFA2 has introduced two new Nvidia cards that allow users to connect up to five displays, the KFA2 GTX 560 Ti MDT X5 and the KFA2 210 MDT X4. Both cards use the ViewXpand chipset for some additional screen support.

Spec wise, the KFA2 GTX 560 Ti MDT X5 features 384 CUDA cores, works at 822MHz for the GPU, 1644MHz for shaders and comes with 1GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 4008MHz and paired up with a 256-bit memory interface. As far as the output is concerned, the KFA2 GTX 560 Ti comes with a total of six display outputs, one DVI, one DisplayPort and four mini HDMI outputs. Of course you can use up to five thanks to the ViewXpand VMM1400/1402 chipset.

It is important to note that the maximum resolution of combined displays is limited to 5760x900 for five screen mode, which means that you'll end up with 1440x900 per display. In four display setup you can get a decent 1680x1050 per display.

The KFA2 Geforce 210 MDT X4 supports up to four display with 1080p on each output. This one has 16 CUDA cores, ticks at 589MHz for the GPU, 1402MHz for shaders and features 1GB of DDR2 memory clocked at 800MHz and paired up with a 64-bit memory interface. It has two DVI outputs and features a thin single-slot passive heatsink covering the entire card. Of course, the KFA2 Geforce 210 MDT X4 is aimed solely at office or some other non-GPU based tasks, where you need more then two screens.

Both cards come with WinSplit Revolution desktop management software and are backed by two years of warranty.

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