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    For my carPC project I'm gonna use a EPIA VIA V800 mobo.

    This board has 1-VGA and 1-TV-out.
    The plan is to usa a 7" TFT touvhscreen in front and two 7" TFT in my headrest (for the kids)
    Will this board handel this or do I need to use a PCI VGA videocard
    Gods right foot!!

    Renault Grand Espace 3.5 V6

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    as long as you run them all at the same resolution you should be fine
    Causa latet vis est notissima

    VIA SP13000
    1GB DDR400
    Slimline Slot-load DVD-RW
    60GB 2.5 Inch SATA 5400RPM
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    PCI TV/FM card
    Logisys FP800
    Thermaltake VFD Media Lab
    M1-ATX

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    • #3
      Oke That means I don't need to use something like a Real Magic PCI card
      Gods right foot!!

      Renault Grand Espace 3.5 V6

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      • #4
        Originally posted by seninha
        This board has 1-VGA and 1-TV-out.
        The plan is to usa a 7" TFT touvhscreen in front and two 7" TFT in my headrest (for the kids)
        Will this board handel this or do I need to use a PCI VGA videocard
        How are you planning on hooking all of these monitors up to the board?

        I recommend using a VGA Splitter. Hook the one VGA cable from the motherboard to the splitter, then connect the 3 monitors to it. And hook the USB cable from your one touchscreen monitor to the motherboard. It should work. For info on the splitter, check out http://www.xenarc.com/product/index-peripherals.html
        Don't hold your farts in! They travel up your spine, into your brain, and that's where you get crappy ideas from!!!

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        • #5
          He's talking about using the VGA and the TV-out to control two different monitors, scfountain....
          In that scenario, a VGA splitter isn't necessary.
          Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
          How about the Wiki?



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          • #6
            Originally posted by DarquePervert
            He's talking about using the VGA and the TV-out to control two different monitors, scfountain....
            In that scenario, a VGA splitter isn't necessary.
            Your right, in that scenario a VGA splitter isn't necessary. But, if you care to read the member's question again you might understand that there is no implication that he is solely referring to using the TV-Out. He is simply advising that he has 1 VGA, and 1 TV-Out. The member is also inquiring about using a separate VGA card to make this work. At this point, any recommendation is satisfactory.
            Don't hold your farts in! They travel up your spine, into your brain, and that's where you get crappy ideas from!!!

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