3 monitors working?
Posted 08 April 2012 - 03:22 PM
Posted 08 April 2012 - 04:56 PM
There appears to be no reviews for the product from "professional" sources.
Unless a member has this card, The information available to them is exacter the same as you have.
I could not give you a yes or no to how well it would perform only advise reading as many user reviews as possible, look for similar issues, if any.
Some I have noted.
Enclosed drivers on the CD do not appear to support Window 7, you need to go to the site and download them.
If you laptop is off for an extended period of time, you may have drag the display back to the 3rd monitor.
May be some lag when playing fast video action.
May cause slow response from other USB devises like Mouse or Keyboard.
Most users seem to be happy with the results.
I would try and buy, over the counter encase of problems or it does not do want you want, it would be much easer to have a face to face conversation.
Posted 08 April 2012 - 06:03 PM
Firstly, may I offer you apologies for the slight confusion with the closure of the second posting of this problem in the Hardware forum. The suggestion, to ask in the Hardware forum, was of course made by my colleague Ztruker when you first posted the problem in the Windows 7 forum
However, although the closure of the topic, was unfortunate, it is a liitle harsh of you to say AND IGNORANTLY told me not to repost.
i was then told to repost in another forum for better answer, so i did and then someone locked my topic and ignorantly told me not to repost
Had you have mentioned in your post in the hardware forum, the previous post in the Windows7 forum and the reason for posting again, the situation would not have occurred.
After the suggestion by Ztruker, another staff member Road Runner posted advice, on the original thread and BEFORE your post in the hardware forum. This of course was the last post seen when it was realised that you had the two threads running on the same problem.
It was still an error on our part.
However I hope you now realise how it occurred and that no one here at Geeks to Go was being unhelpful or indeed ignorant
i would appreciate it if i could get an answer without my topic being locked from another unhelpful tech member.
Finally, I view the post by Road Runner as very helpful and indeed the post on the thread that was closed, also contained two links which seem to assist.
I therefore find it a little difficult to understand the meaning of the quote below.
no one gave me assistance with any value yet.
AND to address the actual question with the Intel integrated graphics chip, and it only having VGA connection, the short to the point answer is NO, you cannot run three monitors. You will never get them to work properly.
You will encounter all nature of problems and without wishing to dishearten you, as many of the reviews stated, the processor and the integrated graphics on VGA port only, are the limiting factors.
To keep the price of the laptop down, Samsung has used a dual-core Intel Pentium T4500 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, rather than one of Intel's higher-spec Core i3 chips. The processor is backed up by a healthy 4GB of RAM and, thanks to the fact that Samsung has gone with the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium, all of this memory is addressable by the OS.
Unfortunately, the laptop refused to complete our PCMark05 benchmark text. In use, it was pretty obvious that the machine lacked some oomph when faced with more demanding applications, although it was fine for day-to-day tasks like emailing, word processing, browsing the Web or watching programmes on BBC iPlayer.
Rather than opting for discreet graphics, Samsung has instead stuck with plain old integrated Intel GMA graphics. Integrated graphics never score well in the 3DMark06 benchmark test. The RV510 clocked up a meek score of just 904, which is worse than some netbooks.
That means you should throw any ideas you have of being able to play newer games out of the window, although you may be able to play much older 3D titles. The graphics processor works perfectly well, however, when it comes to more mundane tasks, like high-definition video decoding. We had no problems playing HD streams from BBC iPlayer, for example, or high-definition movies in the MKV format.
AND I have looked at the product in the link you provided
Is it NOT the same principle as suggested in the thread that was closed.
In my opinion you are as I said unlikely to succeed, and I think possibly more likely to encounter problems.
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