Only higher performance AMD FirePro™ professional graphics for display walls can drive two, three, four, five or six displays from a single graphics card
1. AMD Eyefinity technology can support up to six DisplayPort displays using a single enabled AMD graphics card. The number of supported displays varies by card model and board design; confirm specifications with the manufacturer before purchase. Additional hardware may be required. Utilizing DisplayPort 1.2 and Multi-Stream technology-enabled displays, connectors and/or hubs, a single graphics card may support up to two more displays than it has display outputs; limit six displays. Microsoft® Windows® 7, Windows Vista®, or Linux® is required to support more than 2 displays; Windows XP is no longer supported. AMD Eyefinity technology works with applications that support non-standard aspect ratios, which is required for panning across multiple displays. SLS (“Single Large Surface”) functionality requires an identical display resolution on all displays. See www.amd.com/firepro or www.amd.com/eyefinity for details.
2. AMD FirePro™ W600 is a single-slot solution featuring 2GB GDDR5 memory, multi-stream audio support and six Mini DisplayPort outputs, compared to the single-slot Maxtox M-9188 with eight Mini DisplayPort outputs and 1G or 2GB of DDR2 memory, consuming 75W maximum power. As of May 2012, neither Matrox nor Nvidia offers any product supporting DisplayPort 1.2 and multi-stream audio support, and Nvidia does not offer a single-slot solution capable of driving six or more displays. FP-26
3. AMD FirePro™ 2270/2270 x1 professional graphics cards (512MB) consume 15W at maximum power, and ATI FirePro™ 2460 consumes <20W at maximum power, compared to Nvidia NVS 300 (dual output) at 17.5W, NVS 450 at 35W (quad output) and NVS 420 (quad output) at 40W at maximum power. See http://www.nvidia.com/object/desktop-nvs.html. FP-27
4. PCoIP portal required, sold separately. For a list of OEM solutions visit http://www.teradici.com/pcoip/pcoip-products/oem-solutions.php.
5. Multi-GPU SLS support planned for a future driver release.