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Trying to run 3 monitors simultaneously, one HDMI, the other two VGA

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  • Monitors
Last response: in Displays
May 28, 2014 9:52:07 AM

I've got my HDMI monitor in the middle, and the two VGAs on either side of it. I have a GTX 770 that has one HDMI port, one Displayport, one DVI-I port, and one DVI-D port. I've got a VGA to DVI-I adapter so I can hook up one of the VGA monitors that way, but I'm struggling to get the other one hooked up. From what I've read, I would need a DVI-D signal converter in order to plug my other VGA monitor into the DVI-D port, which costs upwards of $100. Not looking to buy that at the moment.

I have also tried plugging the other VGA monitor into my computer via the motherboard but that has not been working for me either. Should this work?

Is there any other way to do this that I am completely missing?

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May 28, 2014 10:21:46 AM

You will need either a new monitor with a digital input (dvi, hdmi, or displayport) or a dvi-d to vga converter. You might be able the use the motherboard if you can enable it in the bios.
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