Multi Monitor profiles for nVidia

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  • DodgyPast 19 Mar 2013 04:07:54 8,827 posts
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    Now I've got my second monitor was hoping to sort out profiles for different usage scenarios:
    My setup is 1x 1920x1200 monitor and 1x1920x1080 monitor in the office and 1x 1920x1080 TV in the living room.

    Would like it to be as easy as possible to switch between:
    a) Just TV
    b) 1920x1200 monitor primary, 1920x1080 monitor secondary, TV off
    c) 1920x1200 monitor primary, 1920x1080 monitor secondary, TV cloning the secondary monitor
    d) 1920x1080 monitor and TV cloned as primary, 1920x1200 as secondary.
    e) 1920x1080 monitor and TV cloned as primary, 1920x1200 off.

    Was wondering if there were any utilities to help manage this.

    Cheers
  • DodgyPast 19 Mar 2013 09:34:37 8,827 posts
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    nVidia... As the title suggests :-P

    I've got no problems with timings and resolutions. Everything runs happily at 60 hz... And no reason to complicate beyond that since tearing makes me want to spew so that works best with v-sync.

    It's just more clicks to rearrange each time than I like so hoping there's something out there that suits my lazy and simplistic nature.
  • DodgyPast 19 Mar 2013 10:26:43 8,827 posts
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    Unfortunately nVidia discontinued nView for Windows 7... and that probably would have done exactly what I need.

    Which means while I probably could do what I wanted from the driver on an ATi card I can't with a Vidia card which was why i was hoping there'd be something that would replicate that functionality.

    Oh well, worth a look anyway.
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