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Will a 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 635 GDDR5 run more than one display?

I've seen where people are using the subject video card to run 23 and 27 inch displays, but I'm wondering if I can run at least 2 displays. I've looked at the GeForce website and there's no mention of it doing so. My usage will not involve playing games...just running VM's and everyday user stuff. Thanks!
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    Yes, via HDMI, VGA, all controlled via nvidia control software, if your pc has both outputs.
  2. As far as I know GT 635 is known as GT 635M, and its used with Laptops. So if your Laptop has 2 VGA/DVI port then it can display two monitors, else I am sorry.
  3. Yes,

    http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt-610/specifications

    Note thats for slightly different model but holds true for yours. If your not going any no point in paying extra for GDDR5 though.
  4. Yes 1Gb will be fine with running dual monitors if your not playing games.
  5. lonewolf7 said:
    As far as I know GT 635 is known as GT 635M, and its used with Laptops. So if your Laptop has 2 VGA/DVI port then it can display two monitors, else I am sorry.
  6. Costco is selling a couple of Dell XPS 8700 desktops listing an NVIDIA GeForce 635 GT GDDR5 as the GPU. I'm curious to know if this is right and if anybody has any benchmark data on it ...
  7. Fishmac said:
    Costco is selling a couple of Dell XPS 8700 desktops listing an NVIDIA GeForce 635 GT GDDR5 as the GPU. I'm curious to know if this is right and if anybody has any benchmark data on it ...


    Passmark lists the Geforce GT 635 with an average G3D Mark of 969 (overall rank 164) - quite respectable for a 64-bit card. The specifications are available on Nvidia's website at this link:

    http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt-635-oem/specifications

    Since this is a Dell version add-in card, the specs may be different than those listed as OEM at Nvidia - as they note on the page. I believe Dell's version has only 1-gb of DDR3, so YMMV.
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