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Part number change notification: September 2012

Minor changes to this product are forthcoming in November/December 2013. Although the changes are visible, fit and function should not be affected and driver changes will not be required. However, some system image based build routines may be affected. A new part number (G45FMDVP32DS2F) will be introduced when the changes are implemented. Please contact your Matrox sales representative or Matrox sales for more details.

Matrox G450 PCI

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The Matrox G450 PCI is a dual monitor graphics cards.

  • Matrox DualHead to use 2 monitors at a time (in "independent" or "stretched" mode)
  • PCI card compatible with all PCI and PCI-X slots
  • Passive cooling (heat sink with no fan) for silent operation and extra reliability
  • Unified Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista XDDM display drivers for Millennium G-series products
  • Easy-to-use Matrox PowerDesk driver interface
  • Matrox Clone to view a copy of one display on the other display
  • Matrox Multi-Display Zoom to view a portion of one display full-screen on the other display
  • Matrox DVDMax to view hardware-accelerated video playback in a video window on one display and full-screen on the other display
  • Support for displays with special aspect ratios
  • Support for customizable unattended installation for rapid multi-system setup
  • Open-source Linux/Unix display drivers available
  • Global sales and technical support
  • 3-year warranty

Hardware included

  • Matrox G450 PCI graphics card
  • DVI-to-HD15 connector adapter

Software included

  • Matrox display drivers for Microsoft Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP *
  • Matrox PowerDesk (driver interface and utilities)

* Drivers for Windows Server 2003, Windows XP X64 (64-bit) and Windows Vista XDDM available online. For other possible operating systems, contact Matrox.

Optional upgrades

  • TV-output adapter cable (composite video and S-video, 1-foot)

Maximum resolutions (per display)

  • Digital: 1280 x 1024
  • Analog, main display: 2048 x 1536
  • Analog, secondary display: 1600 x 1200


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