I purchased a Foxconn A7DA-S motherboard last year with an on-board ATI Radeon HD 3300. I've had it running my dual monitor setup since and I have been pleasantly surprised at how far on-board graphics have come.
Recently i've decided to make the jump to a triple monitor setup and i'm not sure how to go about it. The motherboard has 2 PCI Express 2.0 16 slots, but if it's possible to run one video card in tandem with the on-board video I would prefer that. Have any of you had a good experience with an on-board video card and a PCI Express 2.0 x16 card?
In case you wonder, I am not looking for a killer performance system, just something for business/school work and occasionally a round of Team Fortress 2.
Those are all very good GPU's, but thats not what I asked. Do you have personal experience running any, or all, of those cards with a on-board graphics chip?
To run a discrete GPU you will have to disable On-Board GPUs (except in the case of Hybrid Crossfire - which in my opinion is only a waste of money and the performance is unacceptable for games). But a low powered 5xxx GPU and be done with it.