On Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 11:57 AM, Frank Cox <theatre at melvilletheatre.com> wrote: > Can someone recommend a video card that's capable of driving a monitor at > 2560x1600 or 2560x1440 and just works with Centos 7 without requiring any > outside video drivers? > > I would prefer to stay with the built-in video drivers that are included > with Centos 7 if possible; I don't play games and such, so I'm not looking > for high performance 3D -- I just want a high resolution desktop. > > I'm currently looking at a BenQ GW2765HT which is 2560x1440, though I > might end up with something else in the end. > Hmmm.. I have dual GeForce 780s (Asus brand) driving 2560x1440 monitors. However, I am using the NVidia binary drivers. The problem with using nouveau is that with that much more real-estate video can bog if you are doing much beyond launching xterms. In particular, full screen video has noticeable tearing and even dragging windows across the desktop looks glitchy. To be clear, it works, just that I hate seeing the visual tearing. On another system I have a Geforce 650. It also drives a single 2560x1440 monitor without issue.