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Last response: in Displays
January 5, 2013 8:50:47 AM

Hey Folks,

I have two monitors, both with VGA outputs.

I would like to plug them both into my new GTC 680, which comes with:

1x DVI+I (Dual Link)
1x DVI+D (Dual Link)
1x DisplayPort

DVI+I is easy - acquiring a VGA-to-DVI+I converter is straight forward. In fact, I already had one.

However, no amount of goggling or wot-not is showing me how I can convert VGA to DVI+D, or VGA to HDMI, or VGA to DisplayPort. After spending some time googling I can convert HDMI to DVI, HDMI to displayport, AC to DC, dollars to pounds, water to ice, and fission to mass energy.

How do you plug a second VGA monitor into this card?

I'm in the UK, if that helps. (Isn't PC World the most useless PC shop ever?).


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January 5, 2013 9:25:55 AM


Thanks for the try but no.

The first one isn't VGA-to-anything; the second one isn't DVI-D dual link.

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January 5, 2013 10:25:53 AM

what input options do you have in your monitors.
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January 5, 2013 11:39:07 AM

I'm sorry to say this, but even if you get the adapters to change the connector type, you won't get video on both of your monitors: GTX 680 supports only one VGA monitor at a time.

Either you need to use a different connection for the second monitor, get another monitor or get an active signal converter (which is hard to find).
January 5, 2013 1:16:16 PM

Problem solved: one of my monitors supports an HDMI input, so I've bought an HDMI cable.

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January 5, 2013 3:57:44 PM

I'm glad you figured it out.