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Can I connect two more monitors this way?

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September 5, 2013 6:41:37 PM

I'm not really good at this tech stuff, and I'm thinking about getting 2 more monitors, I was wondering if I can plug on monitor into my motherboard, using the graphics card or w/e from my AMD A10, then plug another monitor into my Graphics Card which is a GTX 650 2GB

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September 5, 2013 6:45:20 PM

Zoruax said:
I'm not really good at this tech stuff, and I'm thinking about getting 2 more monitors, I was wondering if I can plug on monitor into my motherboard, using the graphics card or w/e from my AMD A10, then plug another monitor into my Graphics Card which is a GTX 650 2GB


No. If you have a GTX 650 in there, it automatically disables the GPU in the A10 and plugging anything into your motherboard will show up with nothing.

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September 5, 2013 6:48:00 PM

thesuperguy said:
Zoruax said:
I'm not really good at this tech stuff, and I'm thinking about getting 2 more monitors, I was wondering if I can plug on monitor into my motherboard, using the graphics card or w/e from my AMD A10, then plug another monitor into my Graphics Card which is a GTX 650 2GB


No. If you have a GTX 650 in there, it automatically disables the GPU in the A10 and plugging anything into your motherboard will show up with nothing.


But I can at least connect one more monitor to the GTX right?
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September 5, 2013 6:49:13 PM

Zoruax said:
thesuperguy said:
Zoruax said:
I'm not really good at this tech stuff, and I'm thinking about getting 2 more monitors, I was wondering if I can plug on monitor into my motherboard, using the graphics card or w/e from my AMD A10, then plug another monitor into my Graphics Card which is a GTX 650 2GB


No. If you have a GTX 650 in there, it automatically disables the GPU in the A10 and plugging anything into your motherboard will show up with nothing.


But I can at least connect one more monitor to the GTX right?


Yes certainly. Just make sure you enable the display to stretch across the 2 screens. Enabling it might take a little bit of googling but it shouldn't be too hard.

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September 5, 2013 6:55:31 PM

thesuperguy said:
Zoruax said:
thesuperguy said:
Zoruax said:
I'm not really good at this tech stuff, and I'm thinking about getting 2 more monitors, I was wondering if I can plug on monitor into my motherboard, using the graphics card or w/e from my AMD A10, then plug another monitor into my Graphics Card which is a GTX 650 2GB


No. If you have a GTX 650 in there, it automatically disables the GPU in the A10 and plugging anything into your motherboard will show up with nothing.


But I can at least connect one more monitor to the GTX right?


Yes certainly. Just make sure you enable the display to stretch across the 2 screens. Enabling it might take a little bit of googling but it shouldn't be too hard.


Don't I just right click and click on screen resolution then click on detect or something? And thanks very much man!
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