Four Monitors? What does it take?
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January 16, 2013, 09:07 PM
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: North East Alberta
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And then there is the real estate issue....
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Now I'm not completely sure but I think only the high end video cards will allow you to run 4 monitors, the mid range cards can run 3 and the low range can run 2.
Unless I somehow live under a rock and they created a splitter for DVI or HDMI, I don't think there's any way of doing it, with a mid range card.
Ah ha, a good excuse to upgrade to a high end video card.
But then there is the need find desktop real estate for that fourth monitor.
But in a way I now have a fourth monitor on my desk. My Playbook sits up in its charging unit competing for attention like a mouse in front of an elephant. Actually find myself using his seven inch devise while I sit in front of 55" of monitors, playing with a $149 unit while the PC costing ten times that much sits idle. Oh well, that's "progress".
Fort Kent, Alberta
2012 - A10 Rig
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ASUS F2 A85M Pro
AMD A10 5800K 4.2Ghz most of the time
32 GB Kingston HyperX Red @ 1600 Mhz
Gigabyte HD 7970 OC
128 GB Kingstons Hyper X SSD (Win8 OS) 180 GB Intell 330 SSD (Win7 0S) 2T Seagate SATA III Drive 3T Seagate SATA III Drive 750 Seagate e-SATA FreeAgent portable drive 250 Seagate Passport USB portable drive
Antec 620 HCG-M
Fractal Design R4 Titanium Window
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LG BlueRay Lightscribe DVD Burner
Three LG Monitors: Main Screen a W2442- 24" LCD, & 2 x LG E2040T LED 20`screens.
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