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Graphics Card that will support 4 separate monitors

Trying to build a trading computer and looking into buying a single graphics card that will be able to support 4 screens, and this will be the first computer I've built. I don't need anything crazy but also dont want to have multiple graphics cards in MOBO, needs at minimum 1 GB and DDR3 or better. Thanks for any advice on which products to look into.
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  1. You may need some converters.

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  2. swifty_morgan said:


    I think that something like that would certainly work. My only hesitation on it would be the price
  3. If your just displaying data and not running anything that needs a lot of power you can save a bit of money with something like this. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125453 just get the correct adapters for the screens you plan on using.
  4. ^+1 for a cheap 7750
  5. burdenbound said:
    If your just displaying data and not running anything that needs a lot of power you can save a bit of money with something like this. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125453 just get the correct adapters for the screens you plan on using.


    Thanks. That look like a good option. I think part of my issue is I don't know exactly how much power I'll need, being new to computer building. The biggest thing is that it will work with the 4 screens and be fast, no delay in time from the trading exchange to my trading software. Which is what I'll have up, probably closer to 20 tabs continuously updating and graphs. I definitely have plenty to look into now
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    wt24 said:
    burdenbound said:
    If your just displaying data and not running anything that needs a lot of power you can save a bit of money with something like this. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125453 just get the correct adapters for the screens you plan on using.


    Thanks. That look like a good option. I think part of my issue is I don't know exactly how much power I'll need, being new to computer building. The biggest thing is that it will work with the 4 screens and be fast, no delay in time from the trading exchange to my trading software. Which is what I'll have up, probably closer to 20 tabs continuously updating and graphs. I definitely have plenty to look into now



    Yeah that card should be fine for you, what your asking it to do isn't that intensive. Having a large number of web pages open will tax your system RAM and CPU, but mostly just need a decent amount of RAM. Any modern CPU should handle what your asking with ease.
  7. Hello. I want to do the same thing and I was wondering if it was cheaper to buy two cheap pci-x cards with 2 dvi outputs (each ) and install them on a motherboard with 2 pci-x slots? will this work?
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