DPete27 wrote:If you unplug the HDMI cable (or is it the DVI cable?) the VGA port will work. Obviously that doesn't help you run all three at the same time.
1) What's your budget for a new GPU
2) Do you play games (if so what games) and what monitor do you game on. (your 24" monitor or TV with 1080p screen is easier to push than the 2560 x 1440 screen on the Koran monitor in games)
3) Do you require any specific combination of ports?
The 7770 for $100 is an inexpensive card for 1080p gaming.
The 7850 for $170 is a good place to start if you're gaming on your 27" korean monitor.
All AMD 7xxx cards and Nvidia GTX 650 on up support 3 monitors.
todd wrote:Gigabytes' h77-wifi mini itx board
DPete27 wrote:todd wrote:Gigabytes' h77-wifi mini itx board
Too bad you don't have two monitors that use HDMI. You could've tried the IGP ports from the motherboard since it has two HDMI and one DVI and possibly foregone the discrete GPU altogether. You wouldn't be playing any modern demanding games with the Intel IGP, but you'd save the $100 or so on a 7770. You could try one of these adapters
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