Will this Graphic Card Support Multiple Displays ????

Hey Everyone ,

I dont have much knowledge about this stuff.

I trade in financial markets and i want to buy a new desktop setup with multiple displays (EXTENDED DISPLAY).

2 or 3 displays are enough .

I wanted to ask that can HD 6670 , which has 3 options at the rear , 1 VGA 1 HDMI and 1 DVI , run 3 different led screens with different images (EXTENDED DISPLAY) ????

For example i connect one monitor to the HDMI port , second one to the VGA , so will both of them work as an EXTENDED Display ?

Thanks

Regards
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  1. I don't think , it must have more than 1 hdmi/dvi
  2. You should be able to connect primary display to DVI and then do a secondary off the VGA or HDMI. Not sure whether they will all work at the same time though.
  3. hmm then what can i do to have 2 monitors working at the same time displaying as a single virtual extended display ?
  4. Yes that card does support multi-monitor setups. Though specific models of it only support 2 screen setups. Just plug them both in and do the normal desktop extension.
  5. If your CPU/Motherboard support integrated graphics, you could use that as well.

    I currently have a DVI and HDMI connection from my graphics, then a VGA off my motherboard. Cant game across them (wouldn't try to anyway), but it still means I have three screens to use.
  6. Any card which claims eyefinity support will work with 3 monitors.

    The least expensive card at Flipkart claiming that ability is this 6770.
    http://www.flipkart.com/msi-amd-ati-r6770-md1gd5-1-gb-gddr5-graphics-card/p/itmd7yd7ggasfxhj?pid=GRCD7YCZJAHXTV8N&ref=cc727e9d-a4a8-4e5d-bbe7-ee93b39eaa5d

    However if this 6670
    http://www.flipkart.com/his-amd-ati-radeon-hd-6670-gpu-1-gb-ddr3-graphics-card/p/itmd2ryn2tch4zhs?pid=GRCD2RYN2MGEAYFK&ref=c75c35bf-2e1a-45c8-9b3c-6117b9ec9b38

    Is the same as THIS 6670:
    http://www.hisdigital.com/un/product2-616.shtml

    Then this card will support 3 monitors.

    However, there is more to understand about this technology, and there may be further investment to get it working. See here:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/344343-33-eyefinity-setup-guide

    You can also get info from AMD, you just need to follow this interactive guide
    http://www.amd.com/US/PRODUCTS/TECHNOLOGIES/AMD-EYEFINITY-TECHNOLOGY/HOW-TO/Pages/set-up.aspx

    If that seems too complicated or expensive, the other option would be to install two 5450s
    http://www.flipkart.com/his-amd-ati-radeon-hd-5450-1-gb-ddr3-graphics-card/p/itmd4f6sz9h7yjnr?pid=GRCD4F6RHWADGZZP&ref=de4134bb-30f0-483e-8ca9-cfcf8b357f02

    But of course, your motherboard has to have two PCI-E slots. Power requirements for those two cards would not be much more than the 6670, and if your power supply can handle one it can handle the the other solution.
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