Though Nvidia have dropped the "powerwall" support from the fx1000 quadro cards, other higher up the range still have the option.
I think several people have the fx1000 card from previous threads/info
quote from chuchufAndrew and I gave up on NVidia ever getting this right. In fact what we found was in the latest Quadro drivers they totally removed blending as an option.
My feeling is they did this for a specific customer and that job is done and there hasen't been a large enough mrket for them to continue to persue this any further.
What I find really sad is NVidia with the Quatro card was close.....really close to a perfectly blended picture.
I checked the Nvidia site today and the latest drivers are windows version 77.56
strange but the "beta drivers" section shows 77.37 release date july 27 2005
web site maintenance anybody ???
A quote from their site"Powerwall
NVIDIA's patented single-system powerwall technology allows any application to be projected on a dual-channel powerwall with sophisticated edge blending in order to achieve uniform luminosity. Powerwall works transparently with any application. This feature is supported in the NVIDIA Quadro FX 4400G, 4000, 3400, 3000G, 3000, and 1100 models."
I have the fx4000 agp card and can confirm that the "powerwall" system is still available in the latest drivers
Thank you for the blendpro info.
I looked them up and they are available for $11,000 to $15,000
This will be way out of my budget range so back to searching for other options and testing of the nvidia card.