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How to install a second graphics card TO YOUR AMD 760G

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August 4, 2010 1:31:04 PM

I'VE GOT AN AMD PNENOMIIx6 AND AN AMD 760G CHIPSET WITH INTEGRATED ATI HD 3000 AND WAS THINKING OF INSTALLING A SECOND GRAPHICS CARD.
CURRENTLY I'M USING ALL THREE SOCKETS VGI, VGA AND HDMI FOR MY THREE MONITORS BUT I WANT TO ADD THREE MORE, SHOULD I STICK WITH A LOWER END CARD SUCH AS A HD 3450 BECAUSE I'VE READ THAT THERE MIGHT BE COMPATEBILLITY ISSUES WITH HIGHER END ONES OR CAN I ADD A 5750 INSTEAD?
ALSO, WHAT ARE THE CABLE CONNECTIONS GOING TO BE LIKE BECAUSE THE BACK OF MY PC HOUSING ONLY HAS THE THREE SOCKETS FROM THE ON BOARD ATI HD 3000?
August 4, 2010 3:45:05 PM

Dude, stop yelling.. geez.. you buy a graphics card and put it in your motherboard PCI if you don't know how to do that then.. you sir are lost :)  and your is INTERGRATED so don't really call it a card ;)  just buy whatever graphics card you like with eyefinity and put it in there wont be any compatibility issues with the integrated *hopefully* ;)  you want 6 monitors? then get this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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