Scan code: LN106926 Manufacturer code: D1450-E4GB

Matrox D1450 PCIe Graphics Card - 4GB

4GB Matrox D1450-E4GBF, PCIe 3.0 (x16), 4x HDMI, Fan Cooling, Supports 4x 4K Monitors

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Scan code: LN106926 Manufacturer code: D1450-E4GB
£1,103.99Stock arrives 1-5 days from time of order
ETA 1-5 days
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Product Overview

Video Walls that are Worth the View

Matrox D-Series, the next generation of graphics cards by Matrox incorporates cutting-edge display technologies and drives up to four synchronized 4K60 displays or projectors from a single graphics board. Full height, Gen 3 PCIe x16 four-output graphics card with four native HDMI connectors delivers display density, resolution, and performance for a wide range of demanding multi-monitor applications.


Advanced Capabilities
• Drive up to four high resolution displays.
• Experience smooth video playback and graphics performance with up to 4 GB of graphics memory.
• Drive up to 16 synchronized displays and reduce tearing by framelocking up to four D-Series cards together using board-to-board framelock cables – also save slot space as a separate card is not needed for the synchronization.
• Play back protected content via HDCP support.
• Run the latest professional applications with its support for Microsoft® DirectX® 12, OpenGL® 4.5, and OpenCL™ 1.2.
• Prevent loose cabling with secure connectors.

Proven Video Wall Ecosystem
• Pair D-Series with Matrox Mura IPX capture cards to build video wall controllers with exceptional multi-channel 4K capture and IP encode and decode capabilities.
• Drive up to 64 1920x1080p60 displays by pairing D-Series with multiple Matrox QuadHead2Go™ multi-monitor controllers.
• Create artistic video walls by pairing D-Series with multiple QuadHead2Go multi-monitor controllers.

Custom Control
• Customize your setup with the easy-to-use Matrox PowerDesk™ desktop management software.
• Deploy tailor-made display configurations including stretched or independent desktops, clone mode, pivot, bezel management, edge overlap, and more.
• Easily manage your video walls with the intuitive Matrox MuraControl™ software.

Chipset Features
  • Microsoft DirectX 12
  • OpenCL Support
  • OpenGL 4.5
Memory Size 4GB
RAMDAC Frequency  
Interface PCIe 3.0 (x16)
Connectivity 4 x HDMI
Cooling Single Fan (1)
Other Features None
Video Output Standards
Additional Information
Scan Code LN106926
Model Number D1450-E4GB
GTIN 0790750256054

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

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24 months
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
01753 665522
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