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I've noticed a lot of graphics cards say that they can support multi-screen display, but it is always worded as "can support up to 3 30" monitors at 1920 X 1200" or whatever the case may be. I didn't think that the size of the screen made a huge difference, as long as the resolution was the same. At work we need to display network metrics on two 50" TV's and then have an administrator be able to work from the computer monitor. What graphics cards are able to support this in a Dell Precision T3500 Tower Computer Workstation??

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The size of the screen doesn't make a difference. –  pjc50 Feb 1 '12 at 17:16
    
Find a card that supports 3 HDMI inputs. This will let you hook up 2 TVs and a HDMI monitor. –  Ramhound Feb 1 '12 at 17:17
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One thing to watch out for with the T3500's is that the graphics card needs to have its power adapters on the back of the card. The tray that holds the hard drives will interfere with most cards that have side mounted power ports. (You can always cut away a bit of the tray with tin snips or a rotary tool if you have to, it’s just not much fun.) –  N_Lindz Feb 1 '12 at 17:34
    
The machine has a Nvidia Quatro 295 in it. Would placing two of those in the machine do the trick with the correct HDMI adapter? –  Steven Feb 6 '12 at 13:15
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