Matrox C420 4 Display PCIe Graphics Card 2GB

2GB Matrox C420 PCI-E (No Cables included) - Supports 4 Displays

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Product Overview The Matrox C420 is a low-profile, PCIe® x16 graphics card that drives up to four displays or projectors at resolutions up to 2560 x 1600 per output. The four-monitor video card features a passively cooled design for increased reliability and silent operation, and its low power consumption makes it a perfect fit for small form factor and embedded systems. Matrox C420’s unique feature set delivers high reliability and advanced multi-monitor capabilities for a wide range of commercial and critical applications including enterprise, industrial, pro A/V, digital signage, security, control rooms and more. Features • Drive up to four displays or projectors at resolutions up to 2560 x 1600
• Experience smooth video playback and graphics performance with 2 GB of memory
• Benefit from a low power, fanless video card for increased reliability and silent operation
• Minimize power consumption with an energy efficient board design
• Leverage a low-profile design to install in a wide range of small form factor and full height systems
• Customize your setup with the easy-to-use Matrox PowerDesk™ multi-display configuration and desktop management software
• Configure displays independently from one another or select stretched desktop mode to create a single ultra-large desktop across multiple displays
• Clone content to show the same information on all displays
• Select any combination of portrait or landscape and set the orientation that works best for you
• Prevent loose cabling with secure Mini DisplayPort connectors
• Expand your desktop space with multi-board support to drive up to 8 displays from a single computer
• Facilitate enterprise-wide deployments by installing Matrox PowerDesk & drivers across many systems without any user interaction
• Supports Microsoft® DirectX® 11.2, OpenGL® 4.4, and OpenCL™ 1.2 to run the latest professional applications
• Protect your investment with Matrox long product life-cycles
• Compatible with Windows® 8.1 (32/64), Windows 7 (32/64), Windows Embedded Standard 7 (32/64), Server 2012 R2 (64), Server 2008 R2 (64), Linux® operating systems
Specifications
Specifications
Chipset  
Chipset Features  
Memory Size 2GB
RAMDAC Frequency  
Interface PCIe 3.0 (x16)
Connectivity 4 x mini DisplayPort
Cooling Passive
Other Features None
Video Output Standards  
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Matrox C420 4 Display PCIe Graphics Card 2GB
Matrox C420 4 Display PCIe Graphics Card 2GB