Im aware of the typo in the title, sorry about that. Can't change it.
I'm having trouble connecting two screens to my system.
Here is my setup.
Display#1 --> VGA --> "GTX 550 Ti"
Display#2 --> VGA --> iGPU(I believe its an "AMD 760G")
I just want an extended screen but the screen which is attached to the iGPU is not displaying anything.
My motherboard is the "ASUS M5A78L-M USB3"
The screen is detected(See Image #1), but it doesn't display anything, I think its because my system(WIN7-64Bit) thinks the signal for the screen is coming from the GTX 550 Ti.(See Image #2)
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I would just hook them both up to your 550Ti. Really the only problem with that is your card will idle at a higher temp because it'll stay in 3d mode, load temps should stay about the same. There won't be any performance decrease or anything to worry about.
Unfortunately that, or a monitor with a DVI input (which isn't an option I guess?).
Well, it is.
I ordered a DVI input monitor yesterday, and since I already had two monitors I thought it would be cool to have three of them at once
I realized that my GTX 550 Ti can only send the image to two monitors at one given time, so I'm looking for a way to make use of my iGPU too.
But if that won't work, then tough luck I guess. Thanks for your help guys.