The perfect multi monitor Linux workstation graphics card
Frank Clendening, Amazon
5 April 2015
Summary: An absolute breeze to install. Runs four Dell 24" display port monitors on my older AM3+ motherboard running Ubuntu 14.04. The Ubuntu forum has easy to follow instructions on getting the latest drivers installed. I highly recommend this graphics card to anyone for their Linux workstation.
Summary: Not for games, obviously, but rock solid and stays pretty cool when driving 3 27" monitors, leading me to expect it to work well with 4. Comes with eight adapter cables, four for DVI and four for HDMI.
Meh--four screens are cool, but incorrect drivers are not
B. Dehn, Amazon
10 March 2015
Summary: This video card works okay but shipped with the wrong driver (?!) I'm perfectly capable of downloading one, but there's no point in putting a CD in the box when it only yields 'The Graphics Adapter installed in the system is not compatible with the current set of drivers.
Summary: Gives you all the adapters you could ever need. The only part I didn't like was the price for a native 4 monitor card without splitting. Not certain why they need to be this expensive from the MFG.
These cards are terribly difficult to keep working
Vinny Baggadonuts, Amazon
30 December 2014
Summary: These cards are terribly difficult to keep working. I have had multiple issues across different PC's where on a 3-VDT set-up, one of them will just drop off and will not display. In these instances, a complete card removal, driver uninstall, and re-install is the only way that seems to resolve this.