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  1. Are we still using 2017Q4.1 or have others had success with later version? Windows 10 x64 Watchout 6.6.7 Thanks to anyone with feedback!
  2. hi, what is the recomended graphic card for 6 displays in one computer ? also for 4 displays. all full hd. thank you, assaf
  3. Hi Everyone, I want to build a display PC for watchout v6. I'm wandering if dual xeon cpu will work. The specs are below: INTEL XEON E5-2687 2x SUPER MICRO X10-DAi RAM DDR4 16.0GB/2133 CRUCIAL ECC 4x 64GB TOTAL SSD 512GB SAMSUNG 850 PRO-7KE512BW RAID 0 SAPPHIRE FIREPRO W8100 RGB VISION E2S 2DVI RGB VISION SDI2 Any thoughts on this? please advise. thanks in advance., Edgar Pulido
  4. Hi People, New to this forum, i've lotsa useful info so far but i can' seem to find much on the firepro and sync card. I'm looking at building 2 systems with 4 output to achieve 8 output for driving an led wall setup. It'll be pretty much a 15360 x 860 image size. I'm looking at fitting the system with a ATI AMD Firepro W7000 with S400 sync card. My question is: 1) Does the sync card work at the hardware level to sync up the 2 display machines or do i need some extra bit of software or driver to activate the sync? 2) Is the physical setup as simple as connecting a network cable between the 2 sync cards in both the machines? Is Genlock required for the framelock to take place? 3) Is a pre-spilt MPEG 2 still my best bet as far as video format is concern? All advice is much appreciated! Please let me know if there is anything i overlooked, Thanks.
  5. I have W9100/X99 system. I get all ticks for the Black-magic speed test. Im confident the machine will play a 4K file. But there does not appear to be a lot of 4K signal-path gear out there (DA's, switchers even screens etc.) The client wants 4096 x 2160. I think there will be a lot more gear out there that accepts QHD (3840 x 2160). Does anyone know where a Displayport switcher / DA might be available that will work at these resolutions? Would it (perhaps) be better to output DCI 2K (Which is a lot more compatible with downstream switch-gear) and scale up to 4K inside the display device (Which is supported.) Any tips or warnings appreciated. Cheers
  6. Hello. Now we are making the plan as follows. 4K Projector(4096*2160) : 4ea Display Server : 4ea AMD FirePro W8100 will be equipped in each display server, And will be used as 1 output. Confirmed by Graphic Card company, FirePro W8100(8G) model can use entire graphic card memory(8G) even if only 1 port(1 output) is used, in case of operating application’s request. This is the question about this issue. 1. How many graphic card memory does WATCHOUT need to fulfill 4K resolution output(4096*2160)? 2. Each display server uses an AMD FirePro W8100. In this case, is it enough spec to support 4K resolution output? (Contens details like codecs are not confirmed yet.) 3. In addition, if there is any point to be considered in this system development, please let me know. (like how to link cables, etc.) <SYSTEM HARDWARE SPEC> CPU : i7-5960x VGA : AMD FirePro W8100 RAM : 32G Thank you.
  7. 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
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