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1. Does this card in fact come with a half-height mounting bracket or is one available? the retail version of W4100 comes with 2 brackets a low Profile and Full height Brackets.
2. Does the term "Active" adapter make any sense in this context? the W4200 supports up to 2 legacy connection (for more information see
- The first two monitors can connect to the graphics card with any display output on your product: HDMI, VGA, DVI or DisplayPort.
- The third (or greater) display must be connected to the graphics card via DisplayPort.
- If your monitor does not have a DisplayPort connection, you will need an active DisplayPort adapter for it.
- For a list of recommended adapters click www.amd.com/dongles
3. I do not want to "span" my desktop. Need to use as 3 separate displays. Is this possible? yes, you can have three displays in extended mode
Thank you ali_d for the information. I will purchase the W4100 and let you know how this worked out for me. I will post the results to this thread for other people to read.
I just need to clarify one thing ali_d. Since all three (3) of my monitors will be DVI input, do I need three (3) of the active adapters or just one?
Currently I understand that I will buy two (2) mini DP to DVI cables and one (1) active adapter. I have a DVI cable that I can use from the adapter to third monitor.