It will put a bit more of a load on the gpu, thats all. Keep an eye out in case any part of the top case gets drastically warmer than usual. If you're really worried, you could try downclocking the gpu with Graphiccelerator (or whatever they call it these days).
A G3 PowerBook can run two screens at 1024x768 with a Rage LTPro and 8MB VRAM. Unless you plan to ran a monitor at ludicrous resolution, you should be fine. You can always turn the res down....
Post edited by: waragainstsleep, at: 2005/10/13 08:33
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