Nvidia VCard with an AMD motherboard. Good or bad idea?

I have an ASUS M4A79XTD EVO AM3 AMD 790X ATX AMD Motherboard and in need of a VCard to run three 20" Samnsung screens for futures trading, not gaming.

Can I get a Nvidia card or do I need an ATI for this app? I'm concerned about "forcing" compatibilty of the architecture between the two chipsets. Perhaps this is an overblown fear.

Any recommendations for sepcific products are greatly appreciated
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  1. There is no compatibility issues,that board supports CrossFire therefore you can use a single Nvidia card on it but you can't use 2 cards in SLI mode(unless with hacked drivers)
  2. Maziar said:
    There is no compatibility issues,that board supports CrossFire therefore you can use a single Nvidia card on it but you can't use 2 cards in SLI mode(unless with hacked drivers)

    Thanks. I'm not using SLI mode, so I'm good to go with 2 cards with 2 DVI each.
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