Video Card - Nvidia GTX 260 (core 216 revision), which has 2 DVI ports & 1 S-Video port.
Motherboard - Asus M4A77TD, which has 1 PCIe 16x, and 2 PCIe 1x
I have dual monitors set up (via DVI), but want to add a third by utilizing the remaining S-Video port? I wasn't able to find any info on this kind of setup.
I'm not interested in a gaming setup where one game uses multiple displays - I only play Starcraft 2 & Counter-Strike and I'm fine having that on one primary display.
Question 1: This video card is pretty old - would it be able to handle 3 monitors?
Question 2: I actually have a 2nd GTX 260 (core 216 too, but different manufacturer). I could use them in SLI-mode, but I'm pretty sure my motherboard wouldn't allow it because there's only 1 PCIe 16x slot (the other is PCIe 1x). Is there a software-based workaround, or would forcing SLI on this motherboard cause both video cards to run at 1x speed (kind of like using RAM sticks of different speed.
Question 3: Sorry for so many questions in one thread! I don't have an SLI bridge... Do GTX 260's require an SLI bridge?!