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asus GTX650ti triple monitor explanation?

basically, which ports i will use, i have vga monitors so links to converters will be appreciated.

i have the software covered (Actual Multiple Monitors).

just take me through it all.

NeurAxaL.
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  1. So far as I know, it will not matter.
    vga to hdmi or dvi adapters or cables should not be expensive.
  2. HDMI doesn't have an analog signal for VGA. And if your card has DVI-D you'll have the same problem. What card EXACTLY are you getting?
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    There is one vga output on the card.
    It also has two dvi ports and a hdmi port.
    For the other two monitors, I think you could use a dvi to vga adapter like this:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814999201
    It is probably not worth while to use a hdmi converter like this:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812270619
  4. 4745454b said:
    HDMI doesn't have an analog signal for VGA. And if your card has DVI-D you'll have the same problem. What card EXACTLY are you getting?


    I have hooked up my hdmi to vga

    I am waiting for dvi to hdmi adapters (the ones without the four pins around the longer pin)

    What do you mean about the analog signal?

    NeurAxaL
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    I have hooked up my hdmi to vga


    I don't see how. As I said, HDMI doesn't have an analog signal. VGA is analog only, so without an active converter I don't see how this would work.

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    (the ones without the four pins around the longer pin) What do you mean about the analog signal?


    The analog signal found on DVI-A or I is on those four pins. It's those four pins that carry the signal VGA needs. The bulk of the pins found on the DVI plug are for the digital signal. If your monitors are VGA only, then you need to be able to send them an analog signal.
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