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  1. Hi everybody! I`m new to Watchout, but have experience with a lot of other mediaservers. In our next show we are final using Watchout with two display computers with 3 outputs each, running 1920x1200 on each output. I`m really looking forward to start using Watchout. Our computers have been used for other mediasoftware and are quite up to date. The only thing we need to upgrade is our graphics card. I`ve read a lot of forum posts, and Datatons recommendation for graphics card 2015, but I`m still a bit confused. With this post, I`m hoping you all could help me to get a better overview of how Watchout uses the different GPU`s, what specifications of a graphic card is important, and pros and cons for professional vs consumer cards. I know this has been heavily debated, but I`m hoping we could summarize everything in this post. Here are my questions: - It seems AMD FirePro line is widely recommended. But what are the benefits except that is professional? Better components? Better drivers? More stable drivers? Other things? - As I understand it, Watchout is using DirectX. Would a gaming card that scores high in gaming DirectX performance be good for Watchout or is other functions of DirectX that is more important? (most of the reviews on graphics card is tested on games) - Does the FirePro line have any performance benefits over high spec consumer card? For example the AMD FirePro W7100 versus NVIDIA GTX 980Ti? (about same price range) Or is it basically stability your paying for? - I `ve been building mediaservers for quite some time and have always used NVIDIA cards. And a least, for a couple of years back, it was widely accepted that NVIDIA had better and more stable drivers than AMD/ATI. Word on the Internet has that AMD drivers has improved over the last years. Any thoughts on this? - If we don`t go down the pro line, but are opting for a high end gaming card, any thoughts on GTX 980Ti versus AMD Fury? Or is better to go a step down to GTX970/AMD 390X? Looking forward to hearing your explanations and experience! Best Regards, Einar
  2. I've not found mention of the older w500 or the new w600 cards in the forum. I spoke with AMD at Infocomm about it, and it seems like it would be a great card. Low power consumption, small footprint, multiple 1080 streams can be rendered off the gpu, and it will support all 6 outputs in Eyefinity mode. They seemed to think it would work well in this application, and slip a little compared to Radeon cards only in 3d game play scenarios. http://www.amd.com/us/products/workstation/graphics/firepro-display-wall/w600/Pages/w600.aspx
  3. I just had a change to a fast track installation and now need to feed a 4x4 CRT video wall that accepts composite video only. Does anyone have a suggestion for a good composite video card? I'd like to take advantage of the multi monitor support in WO5 if I can find a 4 out composite card. Alternatively, has anyone used any displayport to composite adapters? Thanks
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