Quadro 4000 3 monitors

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Connecting the SPDIF Audio Cable

An 18" SPDIF audio interface cable is provided with NVIDIA NVS professional graphics boards. This

cable allows content with an audio signal, such as Blu-ray or DVD to be passed from the motherboard for

further processing and signal conversion. One end of the cable connects to the two-pin connector on the

graphics board while the other needs to be attached to the SPDIF motherboard connector. Consult the

documentation that came with your system for additional information on this topic.

Attaching Displays

NVIDIA Quadro , , , and

These boards have a single DVI-I DL connector and two DisplayPort connectors. Although this gives a total

of three output connectors only two can be used at the same time.

NVIDIA Quadro K

This board has DVI-I DL, DVI-D DL, and 2 DisplayPort output connectors. Since all four outputs are

active up to 4 displays can be driven simultaneously from the provided connectors with Windows Vista or

later. If you have DisplayPort compliant monitors or a DisplayPort Hub then DisplayPort multi-

streaming and Display Cloning are also available and up to four displays can be driven simultaneously.

Windows XP can only support two displays.

NVIDIA Quadro K and K

This board has a DVI-I DL and 2 DisplayPort output connectors. Since all 3 outputs are active up to 3

displays can be driven simultaneously from the provided connectors with Windows Vista or later. If you

have DisplayPort compliant monitors or a DisplayPort Hub then DisplayPort multi-streaming and

Display Cloning are also available and up to four displays can be driven simultaneously. Windows XP can

only support two displays.

NVIDIA Quadro KD

This board features DVI-I DL and DVI-D DL connectors along with a mini-DisplayPort connector. Three

displays can be driven when directly attached to the available connectors. If you have DisplayPort

compliant monitors or a DisplayPort Hub then DisplayPort multi-streaming and Display Cloning are also

available and up to four displays can be driven simultaneously. Windows XP can only support two displays.

NVIDIA Quadro D

This board features two DVI-I DL connectors. Analog displays are supported via the supplied DVI to VGA

adapters.

NVIDIA Quadro K, , , and

These boards feature a DVI-I DL connector and a DisplayPort connector. An analog display is supported via

the supplied DVI to VGA adapter.

NVIDIA NVS

This board features four mini-DisplayPort connectors and is shipped with four locking mini-DisplayPort to

DisplayPort adapters. Some configurations of this card also include four locking mini-DisplayPort to DVI-D

SL adapters. Mixed DisplayPort and DVI monitor configurations are supported, up to four displays total with

Windows Vista or later. Windows XP can only support two displays simultaneously.

NVIDIA NVS

This board features four DisplayPort connectors, which support any DisplayPort monitor. Some NVS

boards are sold with four DisplayPort to DVI single-link adapters. To connect DVI-D SL displays to the NVS

plug in the supplied adapters and then attach your display(s) to the DVI connectors provided.

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Problem with new dual monitor setup

I'm going to make this story a little shorter (I've tried several things), but I'm having problems setting
up a new dual monitor system on a computer with Window 10 pro &#; I have a dual monitor setup on
my other computer, so I basically know how to do it.

It has an nVidia Quadro with two display ports and one DVI.&#; I had been using an adapter to go from
one DP to a VGA monitor.&#; I want to add a larger HDMI monitor, using a DP to HDMI cable.&#; The HDMI monitor
won't come up, it says "HDMI out of range". &#;

If I look at Advanced Display Settings, for that monitor it has:
desktop resolution x
but
active signal resolution: x

I think this is the problem, but I can't find a way to change the active signal resolution.

I unplugged the VGA monitor and rebooted.&#; The HDMI monitor came up but it said that the resolution was wrong. &#;
Then it went away.&#; I plugged the VGA back in and rebooted, and I'm back to the same place.

I know the monitor is working because it works properly on my other computer.

I have screen resolution set to x and "duplicate display on monitor 1 and 2". (At times it would give
me a different set of options for the dual monitor setup, but nothing worked.)

So what is the problem, the incorrect active signal resolution?


Edited by JudMc, 07 February - PM.

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I am running Windows 7. I have a Nvida Quadro video card. I looked at a forum that kept recommending Displaylink for this problem. Anyone know how to do this?

Thx,

Mike


Best Answer

Gabrielle.L

Mace

OP

I just did a bit more research on this card (it's not one I've worked with before), and found the answer here: 

Any combination of monitors can be used, but only two outputs can be active at one time. For this reason, this card only supports two monitors despite having three output connectors.

Looks like you'll have to go an alternate route if you really want a third monitor.  As mentioned already, you could look into purchasing a DisplayLink adapter, but I've heard reports of latency issues. Texkonc had another recommendation which looks promising.

Bottom line though, that card won't support 3 monitors, if the documentation is to be believed.  Rather a shame, for such an expensive piece of gear

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mikejharvey

Pimiento

OP

Hi Bill,

This link looks like instructions for uninstalling DisplayLink. I don't have display link. Is this definitely what I need to have 3 landscape monitors on my pc? Or are you not sure?

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The.Smorg

Thai Pepper

OP

Did this with a laptop, using the HP DisplayPorts, but haven't used it with a custom graphics card before.

BTW, the thread on the screen to the left, that's this thread.

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mikejharvey

Pimiento

OP

Hi The.Smorg. Can you be more specific? Is it a download? How do I use it?

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The.Smorg

Thai Pepper

OP

mikejharvey wrote:

Hi The.Smorg. Can you be more specific? Is it a download? How do I use it?

Hardware connections.

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Gabrielle.L

Mace

OP

As far as I can tell, the Quadro already has 3 outputs - 2 DisplayPort and one DVI.  And if you bought it new, it should have come with 2 DisplayPort-to-DVI connectors.  http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E

That's a rather expensive card, and there really should be no reason for you to have to purchase a DisplayLink adapter (which is a USB adapter that can output to a display -- details here).  Just use the existing DVI and DisplayPort ports, and pick up adapters if you need them: http://www.monoprice.com/products/subdepartment.asp?c_id=&cp_id=

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mikejharvey

Pimiento

OP

Gabrielle, yes that's what I thought, but we've been trying for hours to get the monitors to work and can't get it. Dell told me to buy a display port to DVI converter, to 'boost the signal' and that has not yielded any noticeable results.

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Gabrielle.L

Mace

OP

Have you downloaded and installed the most recent drivers from NVIDIA?  There should be a Control Panel that gets installed, which will you probably need in order to configure the monitor layout.

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mikejharvey

Pimiento

OP

That sounds helpful. I will see if I have the most recent drivers. (Thx!)

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Perez.Lindsay

Thai Pepper

OP

you can just put 2 video cards in the PC.. lol

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Simon Matthews

Datil

OP

Avoid DisplayLink if possible, especially with that card which should definitely be capable to support 3 monitors by itself.

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mikejharvey

Pimiento

OP

Well I downloaded the latest Nvida driver and installed it. The Nvida control panel still gives me the following error when I try to enable my monitors: "only two monitors available with this CGU". The same thing when I use the control panel in windows 7. Any three monitor configuration I try to select responds "not available".

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mikejharvey

Pimiento

OP

I appreciate all the advice everyone. It looks like I'm stuck with buying another video card or else something like the matrox triplehead2go digital se device. Thanks.

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Gabrielle.L

Mace

OP

Best Answer

I just did a bit more research on this card (it's not one I've worked with before), and found the answer here: 

Any combination of monitors can be used, but only two outputs can be active at one time. For this reason, this card only supports two monitors despite having three output connectors.

Looks like you'll have to go an alternate route if you really want a third monitor.  As mentioned already, you could look into purchasing a DisplayLink adapter, but I've heard reports of latency issues. Texkonc had another recommendation which looks promising.

Bottom line though, that card won't support 3 monitors, if the documentation is to be believed.  Rather a shame, for such an expensive piece of gear

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mikejharvey

Pimiento

OP

Thanks for confirming that Gabrielle. Mike

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Gabrielle.L

Mace

OP

Simplebeian wrote:

"Plus, it supports up to four displays—ideal for driving large-scale visualization solutions."

Simplebeian, that's the K, not the same card.

<edit> spelling

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sshultz

Jalapeno

OP

May not apply here, but I've gotten around the "2 active monitors" cap by using the on-board video to drive the 3rd monitor.
You need (like) an intel H61 or newer chipset (and no i7?)
And it's a little tricky - you have to install them in a certain order - or your mobo will gripe about there already being an aftermarket gpu in the pci-e slot

Someone (humorously) suggested getting a 2nd Quadro - but you could get a cheapo card to drive monitor 3.

I personally don't like trying to push video out USB, but that's just me.
Watch out for those external "docking" stations  - we have a bunch of the kensington one's - we've had mixed results.
Our users tend to like to run everything under through these, including video - taxing that single USB connection.

With that $+ video card, you may just have enough horsepower to run virtualized gpu:

virtu / lucid logic/logix, whatever.
I messed with this briefly seemed ok

I've used the on-board trick 2 or 3 times - works great!

Good luck.
Steven

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  • Question: This card supports DisplayPort ?

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3 quadro monitors 4000

ML - Quadro - 3 Monitors Possible?

Currently running ML w/ PNY Quadro PC version, f02 Retail drivers from Nvidia w/ 2 monitors, 1-DVI and 1-DP (next to DVI) working OpenCL, G-states (3 w/ MacPro3,1) working natively. Second DP does not work. CUDA not yet installed.

In this post:
http://www.tonymacxcom/mountain-lion-desktop-support/monitors-gthtml

toleda says GT works with 3 monitors (with f02 drivers) - can I extrapolate that Quadro should also work with 3 monitors since both cards are Fermi GPUs? I have conflicting information about the GT GPU- that maybe only early ones were Fermi and later ones are Kepler (from a post from Going Bald) but so far the only only reviews I've read say GT is Fermi).

Also, I read elsewhere that CUDA must be installed for this to work, but this doesn't sound right to me.

If yes, how can I enable the 3rd monitor?

cheers

 

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