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    I have a Geforce 6800 (AGP). It's manufactured by BFG Technologies and came from the factory overclocked a bit. I've since overclocked it using nVidia's tools to where it's noticibly faster but still completely stable. I've also unlocked the four inactive pipelines built in so it's even faster.

    But, all that aside: the card is an AGP Geforce 6800 (128 MB) with one DVI connection and one VGA. Is that DVI connection a dual-link DVI connection? Is there a simple way of finding out other than getting a lovely 30" 2560 x 1600 LCD and seeing what happens when I connect it?

    Remember, dual-link DVI != dual DVI connections (which it is not). Dual-link DVI supports freakishly high resolutions instead and is still one physical connection.
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    pretty sure it isn't, as 30 inch needs some serious power behind it.
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    IIRC, some PCI-Express versions of the Geforce 6800 could do it...just holding out for some hope.
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