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Graphics card that supports 3 HDMI LCD TV

Hi,

I have three Viewsonic VT2430 LCD TV. It has HDMI, VGA, Component, etc. I like to connect all three to graphics card via HDMI.

The PC is going to be used to view video security cameras (Directx 9/10 min requirement).

Can you recommend a decent graphics card that will support three HDMI displays?


Parrish
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  1. Why do you need 3 HDMI when you have a VGA option in the monitor?

    You can do 2 HDMI + VGA with an HD5500-5970 series.

    However if you want 3 separate HDMI ouputs then at least one of them will need to be delivered via an Active Display Port adapter, which are pricey.

    Unless there's a reason to use HDMI on all three, than stick with two HDMI and one VGA.
  2. I dont know of any cards with 2 built in hdmi's much less 3. Best you get is 1 hdmi, 1 hdmi via adapter on dvi, and 1 hdmi via adapter on display port. as far as i know of
  3. I thought by using 3 HDMI I could get better performance depending on # of video grid pattern I use (8 or 16 video's per screen grid for example. But I can do 2 HDMI and 1 VGA.


    Parrish

    Why do you need 3 HDMI when you have a VGA option in the monitor?

    You can do 2 HDMI + VGA with an HD5500-5970 series.

    However if you want 3 separate HDMI ouputs then at least one of them will need to be delivered via an Active Display Port adapter, which are pricey.

    Unless there's a reason to use HDMI on all three, than stick with two HDMI and one VGA.
  4. I HDMI, 1 HDMI via DVI converter, and VGA might work as well. Which video card do you recommend? There are so many I just don't know which one to pick.


    Thanks
    Parrsh


    popatim said:
    I dont know of any cards with 2 built in hdmi's much less 3. Best you get is 1 hdmi, 1 hdmi via adapter on dvi, and 1 hdmi via adapter on display port. as far as i know of
  5. Best answer
    What level of performance do you need? What applications?

    For just 2D you'd be fine with an HD5570, for any serious workload I would recommend an HD5670 or even HD5750.
  6. PC is going to be used to display security video feeds. The program, Genetec Omnicast VMS software, takes lot of cpu processing. 2D is fine so I will try one of the cards you recommend above. Thank you.

    Parrish
  7. Best answer selected by pdesai2019.
  8. Try also: Asus EAH6950 DCII/2DI4S/1GD5 Radeon HD6950 1 GB GDDR5

    There is just 4 x HDMI and 2 x DVI, oh gloria..... :pt1cable:
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