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I have 12 monitors that I got from an office that was

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I have 12 monitors that I got from an office that was upgrading their monitors and want to make a frame for them in a box and wondering what the easiest way would be to set them up so that they all play one large image like a photo or a video of ocean waves or something. In other words what's the most simple way to play a video or photo split into 12 screens?
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Computer Hardware
Customer: replied 4 months ago.
Oh, and they all have VGA inputs
Expert:  Josia Hernandez replied 4 months ago.

Hello there.

Expert:  Josia Hernandez replied 4 months ago.

In order to run 12 monitors off a single computer it would require extremely high operating power and a regular computer will not handle that.

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
Ok, my question is what is the simplest way to split image from one source into 12 screens similar to displays in stores.
Expert:  Josia Hernandez replied 4 months ago.

The simplest way would be with 6 video cards that have dual vga outputs. But even then you would need a really powerful computer to handle that.

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