Interesting, I know others are also working on this with the LG LP129QE1 - see the ibm t221 yahoo group for details. It would also be tempting to explore the 15.4" LP154WT1 since the bigger display might be better for a desktop replacement.
2 display support is coming, current estimate is r325 but of course subject to change. This feature is most useful to people running 4k displays which are handled as two panels on the backend (sharp 4k and ibm t221 are the most common current examples).
AMD has been supporting 2 display...
I've had enjoyable experiences gaming on my ibm t221 with a 7950 3gb. I haven't played all the latest games but Hitman Absolution, Deus Ex HR, and Borderlands 2 are all fun and run well. With a high dpi display I can usually turn down or off AA settings to help with frame rates. One of the...
Eh, 4k isn't that big of a graphical challange esp since you need less AA with smaller pixels. I'm pushing 8 megapixels on a t221 with a 7950 and most games play pretty well, for things like web and office work even integrated will be fine.
2 x dual link DVI is a pita now that ATI is only shipping with 1 DL-DVI (as of the HD 6000 series) connector and nVidia surround doesn't support 2 screen surround. nVidia mosiac seems to be the ideal solution but it's only on their quadro cards ($$$).
Quick question regarding the outputs, are both DVI dualink if none of the displayports are used?
nvm found my own answer: looks like you either get 1 single link DVI + 1 dual link DVI + 3 displayports or 1 single link DVIs with 4 displayports