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    Anyone here using DualView.

    For the first time I tried it out today and it's really cool.

    My Primary Display is a Acer 24" Wide LCD running at 1920 x 1200 and my Secondary Display is a Hanns.G 19" LCD running at 1280 x 1024.

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    I have two 22" screens at work. And a seperate 19" screen.
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    Yeah, I use an extra 19" screen on my notebook ... much easier to have 2 systems/documents open, and you can see both of them
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    I connect a second 17" lcd to my laptop when I'm working with a lot of photos.
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    I guess for the type of business I'm in its actually a must to have two displays.

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    Does having two displays not exert more strain on your graphics card? How are the temps when you;re running both, with intensive software ?

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    not really, used to play BF2 on one with skype, firefox ect on my 2nd screen didnt strain gfx card at all, temps stayed the same. its one the 3d intensive apps like games that will cause it to heat up.

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    I've been using multiple displays for quite some time now, you get used to it

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