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Dual Monitor with Nvidia GPU and ATI Onboard Graphics

I have a 660 Ti and an ATI Radeon 300 integrated graphics. My second monitor is really old and only has VGA input. Is it possible to have my main display be from my GPU and my second screen be from my integrated graphics?
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  1. I don't think so. Usually when you have a dedicated gpu, it completely overrides the integrated graphics. Sorry :(
  2. Sometimes, but I think it depends on your MB. You need to set graphics to both.

    Didn't your 660Ti come with a DVI-I to VGA adapter?
  3. Hmmmm, after a little bit of trying to set it up. I have the second screen hooked up and all, but it is still black, however I can drag windows over to the side where the screen would be.
  4. Someone Somewhere said:
    Sometimes, but I think it depends on your MB. You need to set graphics to both.

    Didn't your 660Ti come with a DVI-I to VGA adapter?


    Umm I don't know, I will go check the box and see
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    AiM Fragr said:


    Umm I don't know, I will go check the box and see


    If not, they're only a couple bucks!

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814998101
  6. Alright there was one, my stupidity was high with this one! But thanks for all the help guys!
  7. BA?

    Much better solution - the 660Ti is a lot faster, as you can imagine.
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