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Monitor for Bios

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January 15, 2011 2:03:34 PM

I have a ASUS P6X58D-E motherboard running two video cards. Due to the size of them I would rather run my 5770 in the PCI-e 2 slot and my cheaper 4650 in the PCI-e 1 slot. For better cooling of the 5770. I have tried it both ways and performance is nearly identical. I run 4 monitors two main on the 5770 then a couple of small cheap ones on the 4650 for TV and email. Is there any way to control what monitor the bios comes up on? If I flip the cards it pulls up on one of the small monitors with one of the big monitor resoluations so I can only see part of the screen.

Any help would be great.

Tim

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January 15, 2011 8:06:52 PM

Shouldn't be a problem at all, If you ever need to troubleshoot or want to OC just connect 1 monitor temporarily, and the rest of the time keep all 4 monitors in.
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