According to these you should be able to run these 2 on 2 displayports which would require a Quadro K2000, K4000, or K5000. If you get the K2000 then plan on using a Geforce card for the acceleration.
Thank you very much, this has been helpful.
you have other options for 10bit output, black magic card for example
also if u are interested here is a copy of the email that Kris from Flanders sent me.... lots of usefull info
Thank you for your interest in our monitors. When using a monitor for grading or viewing the video output from Premiere Pro or other NLEs or DaVinci you will need to use an video I/O card to see the actual video signal. If you are going to use DaVinci you will need to use a Blackmagic device http://www.shopfsi.com/category-s/71.htm . The Graphics cards such as the GTX580 are for sending a signal to your desktop computer monitor and will not be suitable for displaying a proper video signal to the monitor. We do recommend a 10-bit monitor for any situation that you need color critical evaluation. Our unit matches Rec-709 and will give you excellent results when using it with an NLE or DaVinci. the FSI is calibrated to industry specifications, it also has many functions such as scopes, Markers, Measurement features ect.
As far as comparing the FSI to the other monitors you mentioned, you are basically comparing apples and oranges as those are all computer monitors and not displays that are built for professional video with Professional video connections and processing thats why there is such a huge difference in price. FSI Monitors come pre calibrated and are ready to plug and play right out of the box and we recommend re-calibration interval of 12 to 18 months. We offer calibration services for free for the life of the unit and it is a 24 hour service so essentially your only down time is in shipping.
I hope I was able to answer all of your questions, If not please let me know
Very Kind Regards,
Sales & Marketing Manager
Flanders Scientific Inc.