I have three 24" Asus monitors that only connect via HDMI/DVI or VGA and amazingly enough they all work on my existing LAPTOP (way to go Lenovo!) using two DP to HDMI adapters and running one straight HDMI (from the laptop's dock).
I have a Core i3 desktop that I was using as a WHS 2011 server, but I've decided to axe WHS and install Win8 pro on it and ditch the laptop all together (in favor of a win8 tab instead).
I'm not real up to date on the tech available these days in terms of individual components but I need to get a graphics card for this desktop that will power all three monitors at the SAME resolution / quality (I run them at 1920x1080 currently).
The mobo is an ASUS P8H67-M PRO/CSM and has one DVI and one HDMI only.
I'm not concerned with gaming or high end graphics at all, I use all three screens for office apps, spreadsheets, web, outlook etc and remote desktop to my HTPC to play music from the theater system while working.
I'm fairly confident I could just add a video card with either DVI or HDMI (or both) to power one screen and then use the mobo's onboard HDMI & DVI for the other two screens, but I'm concerned the screens, then being powered by different graphics chips, would look different and I'm a bit OCD about that, anal actually.
Any suggestions for a CHEAP but good quality card that would run all three monitors at same resolution, quality/colors etc?