The Z68 chipset is our first chipset that doesm't automatically disable the IGP or on board graphics the moment that you add in a dedicated video card. You most likely would be able to support up to 3 displays (2 from the card and 1 other from the processor/board).
Thank you for your reply. Yes, I noticed while snooping around in BIOS that the IGP could be made active even with PEG installed and in use. It kind of surprised me that it had that option, so I had to give it a try. It works great, but Win7 doesn't have an option to mirror the same display on both screens. At least none I've found. So, I'll probably just do as Nikorr suggested and use the HD 6850's 2 DVI ouputs... and hope it doesn't cut down on my frame rates too much.