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3 Monitors GTX 560 with onboard graphics too??

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October 5, 2012 10:44:32 PM

Is it possible to run 3 displays using one gtx 560ti? I know there are threads talking about this already but was wandering if I used my dedicated gpu for 2 displays and then use the cpu to run the third monitor? I have a P8Z77 LX motherboard which does not support sli. so would have to buy a new gpu and motherboard in order to do this properly.

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a b C Monitor
October 6, 2012 1:07:41 AM

You can run the third display using the Intel integrated graphics. However, that will only get you basic display on the third screen. You cannot game across three monitors, or extend your desktop across all three displays with such a setup. Nvidia didn't include native support for running more than 2 displays on one card until the 600 series that came out just this year. If you are looking to do multi-monitor gaming or want to extend your desktop, you'll have to buy a new video card if SLI isn't an option for you.
October 6, 2012 2:35:32 AM

Supernova1138 said:
You can run the third display using the Intel integrated graphics. However, that will only get you basic display on the third screen. You cannot game across three monitors, or extend your desktop across all three displays with such a setup. Nvidia didn't include native support for running more than 2 displays on one card until the 600 series that came out just this year. If you are looking to do multi-monitor gaming or want to extend your desktop, you'll have to buy a new video card if SLI isn't an option for you.

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