said by DKS: said by rwong48:
Now I'm seeing some people have some success with 3 displays, using cards from the GTX660 to GTX680. But before I blow $300 on one, I want to know.. exactly which ones?
I have a plain vanilla GTX 680. I am supporting two monitors. One is on the card and one on the mobo onboard video (Intel 4000). I could add aone more monitor, if I had the desk space.
Just curious, but on your 680, why not connect both monitors to your 680? In fact, Many of the 6 series cards will run 3 monitors by themselves (including the 680).