EVGA introduces EVGA eGeForce TrustedQuad Professional to support 4 displays.
Consumer Electronics Show Las Vegas, NV - January 6, 2006 EVGA Corporation, one of the leading-edge 3D processor and motherboard manufacturers, announced today that it will expand its product offerings with the release of the EVGA e-GeForce TrustedQuad Professional "3D-dual-processor-board" to support up to 4 monitors simultaneously for the professional user market.
The EVGA TrustedQuad Professional PCI graphics board features two GeForce 6200 GPUs working in parallel, 256 MB of display memory, and 4 DVI/VGA output connectors to support any combination of up to four monitors simultaneously. Each display can support an individual resolution up to 1600 x 1200 for DVI and up to 2048 x 1536 for VGA. Four DVI to VGA adapters are also provided with each EVGA TrustedQuad Professional board.
In addition, the EVGA TrustedQuad Professional 3D dual processor board can work in parallel with additional EVGA TrustedQuad Professional 3D dual processor boards.
"EVGA TrustedQuad Professional is our first product dedicated to enter the market of professional multi-monitor applications," commented Andrew Han, President and CEO of EVGA. "EVGA TrustedQuad Professional offers both good performance and an excellent cost/monitor ratio."
EVGA TrustedQuad Professional will start shipping in February 2006 at an estimated street price of less than US $169.
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