Lonni J Friedman netllama at
Thu Jun 28 14:26:38 UTC 2007

In theory this should work fine, but in reality BIOS & kernel
limitations can cause problems.  See:

On 6/27/07, Alfred Gillette (ajgillette) <no-reply-gw at> wrote:
> I am trying to install a fedora 7 system with three video cards. Two
> nvidia quad head cards and a single. Yup that's 9 monitors. I
> have edited the xorg.conf appropriately and can get the system to
> boot on the first card (4 monitors). If i reboot with that card out,
> I get the second 4 monitors. This confirms that I have, the xorg.conf
> set up properly (pci-id's are correct). Anyone have any idea why
> I can't get two quad cards running at the same time? The mother
> board is an ASUS extreme striker with three video slots. The two quad
> cards are nvidia quadro nvs440 and the single card is an nvidia
> gigabyte gforce 7300GS.

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