SuperSpy wrote:I don't have any experience with modern NVidia hardware, so I can't offer any help to the green team.
Milo Burke wrote:If there are no responses, I guess I'll probably buy this: http://www.amazon.com/VisionTek-Product ... roduct_top
Milo Burke wrote:Currently, I have some computers that have one monitor connected with DVI and another with VGA, or one with HDMI and one with VGA. Sometimes identical monitors look different then. The color is a bit off on one, or one is fuzzier. I suspect using only DisplayPort from GPU to each monitor would fix this. But maybe the problem is that VGA is analog, so as long as I stick to digital cables I'll be fine?
Milo Burke wrote:It looks like the GTX 750 tops out at three monitors: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop ... ifications.
Milo Burke wrote:It looks like the GTX 750 tops out at three monitors: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop ... ifications
I'm wary as it is of using $30-40 GPUs even for two monitors. I've had some pretty terrible reliability issues with units in this price range.
Also, don't forget that as of Haswell, you can run your intel IGP concurrently with a discrete Radeon or GeForce card. I believe you can do the same thing with AMD's APUs, but you might want to check on that.
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