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Quad monitor graphics card required

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Hi EE community,

New venture has arisen for myself.

Looking to hook up 4 monitors to a single card.

So a PCI-Express card x16 that will support 4 monitors.
The available ports on the monitors include dvi,vga and hdmi.

The card is used for work purposes, no heavy gaming will occur so the card doesnt need to be a gaming card.

We are looking for a card that can support 4 monitors that works, heard of some nightmares.

Can you help?
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Quadro NVS 450 http://www.amazon.com/PNY-DisplayPort-Profesional-Business-VCQ450NVS-X16-DVI-PB/dp/B001RBE7GO

You can also get an HD6770 Flex and add a DisplayPort monitor or active adapter: http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/sapphire__hd6770_flex/15.htm

Or a Radeon Eyefinity 6: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-5870-eyefinity6,2595.html

It would be much cheaper if you used two dual port cards in two slots (one PCI-e, the other PCI-e or PCI).
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Thanks.
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