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Multi-Monitors Problem

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December 7, 2010 9:06:14 PM

Hi guys,

I have a GIGABYTE GV-R435OC-512I Radeon HD 4350 graphics card with VGA+DVI+HDMI. When I try to connect three monitors to it only two of them could recieve signal. If I choose to use the last one, the connection to a former one will be forced disenabled. It happened to me in both Windows 7 display config and AMD Catalyst Control Center.

Do you guys have experiences on this? Is it a disanvantage of my video card or limit by the OS and software?

Your help is appreciated.

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December 7, 2010 9:28:05 PM

Well im sure the HD4350 doesn't support eyefinity and to enable more than 2 screens you need to use ATI eyefinity or Nvidia surround technology.

If you are simply just wanting more desktop space and don't do any gaming then i would pick up an HD5450 for a three screen setup.

Check out this link http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
$49.99+ Free shipping and a life time warranty, This should fulfill your needs(as a non-gamer)

OR

Go for the HD6850/6870 If you are a Gamer, I have the XFX HD6850 from newegg and currently sold out.(Few more weeks till the 69xx release)
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December 7, 2010 9:33:13 PM

ssshjp said:
Hi guys,

I have a GIGABYTE GV-R435OC-512I Radeon HD 4350 graphics card with VGA+DVI+HDMI. When I try to connect three monitors to it only two of them could recieve signal. If I choose to use the last one, the connection to a former one will be forced disenabled. It happened to me in both Windows 7 display config and AMD Catalyst Control Center.

Do you guys have experiences on this? Is it a disanvantage of my video card or limit by the OS and software?

Your help is appreciated.


I think your card can only output to two monitors at a time; a common restriction.

Just get a second cheap card.
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December 7, 2010 10:10:12 PM

Thanks a lot for your advice.

I am not a gamer. I choose low-end discrete card, not an integrated one, only for better multi-monitors output. That's too bad.
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December 17, 2010 11:26:53 PM

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December 18, 2010 5:07:41 AM

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