End of life (EOL) February 2012
The Matrox G450x2 MMS is an EOL product and is no longer being manufactured or sold by Matrox. Consult your local resellers and distributors for available inventory. Customers who have deployed the Matrox G450x2 MMS can now benefit from nearest product alternatives such as the Matrox G450x4 MMS.

Matrox G450x2 MMS

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The Matrox G450x2 MMS is a half length PCI dual monitor graphics card with dedicated chips, driving each monitor at independent resolutions.

  • Support for up to 2 digital or analog monitors at a time
  • Dedicated Matrox-designed graphics chip for each display
  • PCI card compatible with all PCI and PCI-X slots
  • 64 MB graphics memory
  • Support for independent resolutions for each display
  • Support for using multiple Matrox MMS graphics cards in a single system
  • Unified Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista XDDM drivers for Matrox MMS products
  • Easy-to-use Matrox PowerDesk driver interface
  • Matrox Clone to view a copy of one display on the other display
  • Display pivoting (rotation)
  • Support for displays with special aspect ratios
  • Customizable combinations of independent/stretched, clone, or pivot modes for each display
  • Support for customizable unattended installation for rapid multi-system setup
  • Global sales and technical support
  • 3-year warranty

Hardware included

  • Matrox G450x2 MMS graphics card
  • LFH60-to-DVI dual-monitor adapter cable (1-foot)
  • 2 DVI-to-HD15 connector adapters

Software included

  • Matrox display driver for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP *
  • Matrox PowerDesk (driver interface and utilities)
  • Matrox Hybrid Display (software to customize independent/stretched, clone, or pivot modes)

* 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

  • Dual-TV-output adapter cable (composite video and S-video, 1-foot)
  • LFH60-to-DVI dual-monitor cable (6-foot)

Maximum resolutions (per display)

  • Digital: 1280 x 1024
  • Analog: 2048 x 1536

A digital monitor is any monitor using a digital signal with a DVI connector, typically a flat panel. An analog monitor is any computer monitor using an analog signal with an HD-15 or DVI connector, typically an analog flat panel or a CRT.

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