32:9 displays - can you have 2 pcs showing simultaneously?

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  1. boe

    boe Member Guru

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    Hello,


    I've never seen one in person but people ask me for advice on computers so I thought I'd find out. I know a few people who have 2 monitors. I know with the 32:9 like any other monitor you can open windows side by side, but that isn't the same as dragging something from one screen to another with 2 monitors. Are there any 32:9 ultrawide screens that let you have 2 computers / 2 inputs on simultaneously so you get the benefit of 2 monitors without the bezel in between?
     
  2. Mufflore

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    Yes, the Samsung C49RG9 / CRG9 can display 2x 2560x1440 displays at once from different inputs.
    But only one of them gets audio and use of the USB hub.
    And I believe 60Hz max when both inputs are in use but I need to check.


    Its curved but is a very wide curve so shouldnt present a problem if 2 people use it at once.
    I'm typing this on one :)
     
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    Good info - thanks!
     
  4. Mufflore

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    Forgot to mention, it doesnt have speakers, only a 3.5mm stereo output jack.
    It needs an amp and speakers, or headphones to use sound over HDMI/DP.

    Oh and it is 60Hz with 2 inputs, no HDR.
    100Hz with 10 bit HDR single input
    120Hz with 8Bit SDR single input.

    Gsync works a treat with my 30xx series card.
     

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