Ok, so I have tried to figure this out on my own to little avail.
I have a dual monitor setup right now, but I am going to be getting a projector soon that I would like to hook up to the computer as well.
I know I can't display all 3 at once, and I don't even really want to. I want to be able to switch the output between my second monitor and the projector.
Also, I would like the audio to be sent to the projector (receiver really) through the card. I am not sure if I can do this with a DVI to HDMI cable, or do I need a mini-HDMI to HDMI?
What I would really like to be able to do is leave both DVI monitors plugged in, and have the receiver connected via the mini-HDMI port and switch the displays via windows or Nvidia control panel, etc. Is this possible? Is it safe to have 3 outputs hooked up to the card at once?
Well I went ahead and took the risk of just trying it out, turns out it works even better than I was hoping for!
Just wanted to say so in case anyone else was wondering about the same thing.
With 3 displays plugged in all 3 are recognized, but only 2 will work (as expected). It is easy to change which displays are being used within display properties. It even remembers my settings so that it automatically switches modes when I turn on the projector, and back to my dual monitors when I turn it off. Awesome!