If I SLI, Can I Quad Monitor? Tags: Graphics Cards DVI SLI Quad Monitor Graphics Last response: January 31, 2009 8:38 AM in Graphics & Displays Share xaelee January 31, 2009 6:48:18 AM hey guys, i gotta 8800gt with 2 dvi outputs on it. if i get another and SLI it, can i use all 4 dvi outputs and have up to 4 monitors? thanks! More about : sli quad monitor bharath1097 January 31, 2009 8:25:50 AM yes you can do it. nvidia has recently added support for it in their drivers xaelee January 31, 2009 8:38:01 AM sweet, thanks. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Gtx 770 three way sli vs Gtx 780 sli vs Hd 7990 quad crossfireX, all water-cooled for triple monitor setup Forum No need for tri and quad SLI with a single monitor? Forum If you sli a dual dvi video card do you have quad monitor support Forum TG Daily Video: ABS demos quad-SLI triple monitor solution Forum Solveddo QUAD SLI boards support TRI SLI(or crossfire respectively) Forum SolvedGeForce GTX TITAN Blacks in 4-Way SLI vs GeForce GTX TITAN Zs in Quad SLI? Forum SolvedWhich would be better for 4K gaming- R9 295x2 CF or 780ti Quad SLI? Forum SolvedGTX 650 TI Boost sli or GTX 580 quad sli Forum SolvedQuad Sli / Quad CrossfireX Forum SolvedQuad SLI GTX 690 Forum SolvedCore2Quad Q9400 on ASUS P5N-E SLi Forum SolvedQuad monitor overkill? Forum SolvedQuad SLI 790 or 4-Way SLI TITAN Black? Forum Solvedquad HD 1440p does it make a difference on a 24inch monitor Forum Solved780ti Quad SLI or Titan Quad SLI Forum Solvedstupid ques:does 4 way sli mb support quad sli Forum SolvedAsus rog 760 mars (quad)sli, first build, questions + how to lower cost? Forum Solvedcan someone plz explain quad sli on a mobo with 3 pcie slots!? Forum SolvedQuad Monitor Setup, HD 7770 (3 Displays) Motherboard (1 Display) Forum SolvedAsrock Extreme4 Z87 Quad-SLI question Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !