Reviews and Problems with Matrox TripleHead2Go T2G-DP-MIF Graphic Card
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Ttbold, B&H Photo
6 days ago
Excerpt: Matrox has cornered the market on splitters of this type. The Triplehead2go has an easy set up and is useful for a wide range of applications. The software does have intermittent issues with recent MacOs versions such as Mavericks but they can be worked around. We have had a hardware failures with one of these products before but they are backed by a warranty.
Summary: Purchased this several months ago for a flight simulator cockpit using three 24inch monitors. Work's great. With a little tweaking of settings it does everything as advertised. Every so often when rebooting the computer the picture is all jacked up. Simply unplug and then plug the USB connector. This seems to reset the box and all is well again.
Excerpt: I work making and delivering multi-screen presentations for large conferences and this functioned exactly as expected. There are more expensive solutions that are more robust for this type of work, but for the price there is nothing comparable. (The more expensive solutions give you finer control when using with high end video switchers such as spyder or encore) You should take a very close look at the Mattrox website to check specifications so there are no surprises.I...
I bought a ASUS G75VW laptop and wanted to hook up to multiple monitors
John C. Wolf, Amazon
16 August 2013
Summary: So far I have only hooked it up to 2 external 24" monitors and it works OK, they have great service people. My only problem and maybe I am not doing the setup properly. The setup makes both monitors one big screen. Windows popup in the middle so half of the window is on one monitor and the other half of the window is on the other. Minor inconvenience so far and maybe I will spend time and try and solve the problem.
Summary: Does what it says it will do. Arrived on time well packaged. Really need to follow set up instructions to get it working properly. I had to "tweak" some inital stetings , so a little trial and error was involved for me.
Summary: Requires some fiddling to make it work , extra purchase of leads ie three DVI leads for my setup, plus free download of SGU (Surround Gaming Utility) to make MS F/Sim 2002 open up with poor resolution. MS F/Sim 2004 no problems, so it must be F/Sim 2002 is getting a little long in the tooth now. .. Apart from that it DOES take your breath away. If you are thinking about getting it , hesitate no longer, it IS exciting!.
Excerpt: It's a great product a in expensive way to split single video across multiple screens and it does it well, just make sure if you have a MacBook pro with mini display port that you buy the dp edition don't get the digital edittion cause the display port is dual link.
Excerpt: Product works as advertised and runs well. Only challenge was making sure I had the proper adapters to match up to the monitors that I had. Once that was sorted out and I had the right ones in hand, it went together in a matter of minutes.
Pros: Easy To Install, Easy To Use, Excellent Company Service, Good Graphics Quality, Reliable Performance