Matrix Display – setup and model chart

This time, it’s time for a little repetition – we’ve been noticing a bunch of questions on how to set up Matrix Display (the ability to use several monitors on MSI Gaming notebooks) lately, and we’d like to show you all once more. Basically, it is very simple, but there are differences in how to enable this on different models.

The procedure for the GT series can be found here: http://faenl.msi.com/ftp/Notebook/Guides/How%20to%20setup%20MSI%20Matrix%20Display%20on%20MSI%20GT60%2C%20GT70%20Notebooks.pdf

GS and GE: http://faenl.msi.com/ftp/Notebook/Guides/How%20to%20setup%20MSI%20Matrix%20Display%20on%20MSI%20GS60%2C%20GS70%2C%20GE60%2C%20GE70%20Notebooks.pdf

Worth noting is that different models have different capabilities when it comes to outputting video. Below, you can see which model is capable of what.

GT72/GT70/GT60: Built-in display + 3 external monitors

GS70 + GX series: Built-in display + 2 external monitors OR 3 external monitors

GS60, GE60, GP series: Built-in display + 2 external monitors

Matrix Display is yet another MSI feature that not only helps you with your gaming experience, but also boost your productivity, with a minimum of three monitors supported across the range.

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