I've been complaining about the dearth of high-end consumer graphics cards with two DVI output ports for a while now, and it looks like I'm not the only one longing. TR reader Mudboy has started a petition to try to convince graphics card manufacturers that there is indeed a market for consumer-level graphics cards equipped with two DVI outputs.
If you want to see a couple of DVI ports on the next wave of high-end consumer graphics cards, sign the petition.
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