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supporting 3 monitors with a Gigabyte Z77-D3H motherboard and a Galaxy GT610 silent edition 2G Graphics card

hey i want to know if my motherboard and graphics card can support 3 displays with none of them being duplicated; i have a Gigabyte Z77-D3H motherboard with an intel core i7-3770k processor. my grpahics card is a galaxy GT610 silent edition 2G. and i was wondering whether this can support 3 monitors or if i need to upgrade just my graphics card or my motherboard aswell

cheers!
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  1. i have note tried using 3 displays, but i hope you are not planning to play games on this setup
  2. Cons29 said:
    i have note tried using 3 displays, but i hope you are not planning to play games on this setup


    not games on all 3

    2 of the outputs would be computer monitors for gaming and the 3rd output is a tv for movies and tv shows etc
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    GT 610 is like the slowest/weakest gpu among the 600 series, sorry but i would not suggest using that card even for single monitor
  4. Cons29 said:
    GT 610 is like the slowest/weakest gpu among the 600 series, sorry but i would not suggest using that card even for single monitor


    yeah i know that ahhaa buts it was a place to start when i built the computer hahaha

    what about this?
    http://www.centrecom.com.au/gigabyte-radeon-7770-oc-r777oc-1gdhttp://www.centrecom.com.au/gigabyte-radeon-7770-oc-r777oc-1gd
  5. i would suggest (of course the decision is yours), that you get 1 decent monitor, then use the remaining money to get a good GPU. You have a very good CPU, its like one harm having huge muscle, with the other hand an arm of a baby
  6. please look at this table, 610 is at the bottom. i have a gtx 670 and is performing good

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html
  7. Cons29 said:
    i would suggest (of course the decision is yours), that you get 1 decent monitor, then use the remaining money to get a good GPU. You have a very good CPU, its like one harm having huge muscle, with the other hand an arm of a baby


    yeah good point
    is the Gigabyte RADEON 7770 OC (R777OC-1GD) a good gpu?
  8. no, im thinking more like a 280x or a 760 770 gtx
  9. dont get me wrong, 7770 is a decent card if you dont have a budget. but paired with your cpu, it would still be a serious bottleneck
  10. Cons29 said:
    dont get me wrong, 7770 is a decent card if you dont have a budget. but paired with your cpu, it would still be a serious bottleneck


    okay cheers man ill give it all a look!
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