What does dual head mean on a video card?

Posted on 2004-11-05
Last Modified: 2010-04-25
I am looking at buying a Geforce FX 5500.  But i am not sure what is ment by "out Dual Head"?

See below:

Geforce FX 5500 AGP 256MB 8xAGP Video Card w/DVI/TV out Dual Head.

Question by:GabicusC
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      Dual head mean that graphic card have multiple output. Two of the output can connect to 2 separate monitors. But your PC display can show
    on these 2 montors as if you have a very "wide" monitor.


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    perfect.  Thanks

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