I have been faced with an interesting problem with the new school desktop machines; installed in late April but I'm only getting around to asking about it now! Our old monitors were 17" 4:3 VGA and our projectors on the interactive whiteboards (IWB/smartboards) throughout the school are VGA and also 4:3 native. In the past, I used a two port VGA splitter to duplicate the display on the monitor and projector which worked fine. Our new monitors are 19" widescreen though, and using the same setup, a stretched image is produced on the widescreen monitor when using 1024x768 VGA resolution to keep the IWB picture filling the board. Am I right in saying that the only way to achieve the correct aspect ratio on both the widescreen monitor and the projected image is to use a dual port GPU, outputting two different versions and aspects of the desktop? If so then I'm faced with buying 30 low profile dual output GPUs, then installing and setting them up.