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My configuration uses a less common DVI resolution. Does the resolution matter for a DVI Splitter, or will it work with any resolution?

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The resolution that a DVI Splitter supports can depend on several variables. If your displays and source are both Dual Link you will need a Dual Link DVI Splitter to maximize the resolution. It is also important to make sure that the DVI Splitter has EDID and HDCP learning capabilities in case the display is not recognized by default.
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As you've said you're using a display splitter, the result will be identical screen on both monitors. splitters main function is to split VGA signals into N of outputs. where N=number of outputs. no matter how many monitors you attach to your splitter, the windows only recognize monitors attached directly to your video card. Windows requires a video card that has two or more output VGA or DVI outputs to get second extended monitor or display link device.
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5. I selected extended display. 6. apply and ok.
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