Gaming graphic cards vs professional graphic cards

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Gaming graphic cards vs professional graphic cards

Postby ace » July 21st, 2015, 5:10 am

Is there any difference for ArraySync what type of graphic card it uses? Did anyone used ArraySync with FirePro cards? Other software often specify that it work better either on gaming cards or professional ones. I just wonder are there any known issues with pro cards.

Considering AMD products:

Radeon gaming cards that are strong for games, but limited screens output.

FirePro professional cards - more reliable, designed to output up to 6 screens from a single card.
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Re: Gaming graphic cards vs professional graphic cards

Postby Turboladdade » August 7th, 2015, 6:10 am

ArraySync doesn't use any 3D acceleration, only video acceleration, so there's probably a point where a more expensive graphics card just isn't gonna help.
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Re: Gaming graphic cards vs professional graphic cards

Postby ace » August 10th, 2015, 6:56 am

Thanks for answer Turboblade. It's more about number of supported screens as FirePro can support six screens per graphic card (price of W600 is not much higher from good gaming card). I know some multi-screen software can be specific to either consumer/gaming cards and other are specific to professional cards.

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