[ANSWERED] How well does Isadora handle multiple GPU cards?
I'm looking to build a custom PC with at least 5-7 outputs, and will most likely need 2 graphics cards. How well does Isadora handle these? Are there any settings I'd need to change to make sure they're both being used efficiently? I'm still in the market for cards, but i'm considering NVIDIA 2060, 2070, 3060, or 3070. Or a 2080ti.
Isadora is not officially supported with multiple graphics cards. It can be done but we can't provide support, there are just too many factors.
Beyond that, multiple cards introduces some bottle necks that are very hard to get around... in the end it generally will provide less performance.
I would recommend getting 1 graphics card with lots of RAM, and then a Matrox Quad Head 2 Go. This will give you 4 outputs from one DisplayPort. with a NVidia card, that leave you 3 more available display connections (make sure you have the physical connections) for a total of 7.