M9125 PCIe x16

The Matrox M9125 PCIe x16 ATX dual dual-link graphics card renders pristine image quality on two digital 30" monitors at their native resolution of 2560x1600 for an exceptional multi-display user experience. With 512 MB of memory and advanced desktop management features, such as independent or stretched desktop modes, the M9125 drives business, industrial, and government applications with extraordinary performance. It offers multiple operating system support and can be paired with an additional M9125 graphics card to power up to four 30" high-resolution displays.

Features
Specifications
  • Ultra-high two widescreen monitor support
    For digital monitors each requiring 2560 x 1600
  • Native PCI express x16 performance
    Maximum bandwidth to ensure best performance
  • 512 MB of memory
    For enhanced performance in demanding multi-monitor applications
  • ATX form factor
  • Passive cooling and low power consumption
    Fanless design eliminates noise and increases product reliability
  • Stretched and independent desktop modes
    Expand your desktop across multiple monitors or set each monitor independent of each other
  • Edge Overlap   New for Windows 7
    Easily and intuitively adjust the number of overlapping pixels to create a seamless, unified image on up to eight edge blending projectors.
  • M-Series multi-card support1
    Add an additional M-Series card into the same system to drive up to 10 displays from two cards
  • Joined graphics card mode2
    Insert two M-Series cards into the same system to drive even more monitors across a stretched desktop
  • Matrox Clone
    View a copy of one display on the other displays
  • Wide enterprise flexibility
    Unified driver package compatible with other Matrox products
  • Matrox PowerDesk software
    Easily configure and manage program windows on multiple monitors
  • Multiple operating system support
    Display drivers for Windows® 7 (32/64 bit), Windows Vista (32/64 bit), Windows XP (32/64 bit), Windows Server 2003/2008 (32/64 bit), and Linux