Originally Posted by bassoprofundo
Anyone else running two of these in multimonitor? I've noticed that no matter how I calibrate the touchscreens, the touch registers only on the primary monitor. I've done the multimonitor setup through the tool they give, selected which touchscreen goes with which monitor, and calibrated each with the tools but no luck. It still registers the touch as being on the primary monitor, even if I have a non-touchscreen set to the primary.
I had the same problem, but after fooling around with the zillion settings in the monitor and the settings in the NVidia control panel, I finally got it to work right. Bad news, made so many setting adjustments that I don't know exactly what I did to fix it. I know I did have to uninstall the Touch software and reinstall it after both monitors were connected, I had tried it with just one monitor at first. There are setting that "lock" the control buttons in the Monitor setup control panel (the software for the monitor not the GPU software). Be sure all the controls are unlocked. I had a very difficult time getting the color/brightness settings the same for both monitors. The same settings did not produce the exact screen results on my 2 monitors and required a lot of messing with them.
*** Think I remembered what I had to do to get both monitors to do touch correctly. You must assign a separate controller id # to each monitor in the control panel. Carefully read the manual on how to do this. It is not really very well stated, but you must have the controller Id # ending in different numbers, as a 1 and 2. The default seems to be USB00000000000 (perhaps not the right number of zeros). I don't know if the zeros are necessary, but I just added a 1 and a 2 to the existing controller ID's. Hope this helps......
I got a dual monitor stand from Amazon. It was listed to support 23 lbs. for each monitor and mine weight a pound more than that but I figured there was probably a safety margin built in also. When I got the stand an instruction sheet included said 6kg for each monitor. That's only 13.2 lbs. I decided to try it anyway as the arms looked pretty massive and it worked fine. It is rock solid holding the 48+lbs of monitors. I don't know where they got that 13lb number from, perhaps wrong instruction sheet. This thing is hefty, to say the least.
The mount is a MonMount brand and prices seem to vary for $100+ to only $43.98 at A. It is Prime shippable also.
The monitors are certainly sharp, but I haven't really found the dual setup especially useful, as yet anyway.