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nVidia Quadro FX 5500 Frame Locking

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Hi all, I have purchased two (02) Quadro FX 5500 PCIE Cards for our game project on multimonitor display. I'm using DirectX 9 for graphic rendering purpose. I want to use these cards with DirectX9. Actually I want to split the scene over 14 monitors. Two (02) monitors are attached with each workstation and six such workstations are interconnected (through LAN) to split the scene over 14 monitors. It's something like : http://www.geocities.com/reallycoolfaisal/Connection.JPG http://www.geocities.com/reallycoolfaisal/images/multi-mon1.JPG Is it possible for my application either using directx or opengl. Thanks, From, Faisal.

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Yes, there exists networked scene graphs, so it can be done.
The question is more one of scene graph/rendering system design, than one of networking.
Note that neither DirectX nor OpenGL are inherently scene graphs, nor multi-pipe, although you can buy multi-pipe implementations of OpenGL.
Depending on how much money you have, you might want to buy a rack of nVIDIA Plex boxes. It would possibly allow you to drive 14 displays from one machine, or at least from a fewer number of machines.

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