I am a graphic designer and I am using 2 monitors working in Photoshop, InDesign and so on: 1st monitor (a very good CRT, hope it will last...) for the image, 2nd (flat) for all the adjustment panels - my graphic card is 2 ways out. Until now it was fine...
Lately I went in video editing (After Effects and Premier) and I feel a bit overcrowded. I think that an additional monitor can solve the problem...
Is there a possibility to run a PC with 2 graphic cards and 3 independent monitors (having one desktop on all 3 of them, like I do now on 2)?
Are there graphic cards for 3 monitors?
Thanks a lot,
New graphics cards support more outputs than older ones have.
An HD7750 should do what you need, although it depends what type of connections your monitors can use. You should get a monitor with a display port connection if possible for your new one. I am a little concerned that some of the outputs may be mutually exclusive (as in if you use one DVI connector, you can't use a vga), usually hdmi and display ports will always work 1 to 1, but sometimes DVI and vga can cause some trouble with some cards/monitors (If you have two DVI for both monitors, sometimes one is only digital and the other supports analog, so if both monitors need analog dvi, the card won't work)... unfortunately it's not easy to tell.