Driving a third monitor

Currently I have three monitors with 2 ATI 4850s. Normally I have each card running independently and then switch into crossfire for gaming. I find switching into crossfire a little annoying because it moves all my open windows around, sometimes changes which monitor is the primary monitor etc.

I was thinking about buying a third graphics card like a 4350 to drive the third monitor so I could keep the 4850s crossfired all the time. Does anyone know of any downsides to having such a weak card power the third monitor?
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  1. There's is no downside unless you put a game on to the 3rd monitor,
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