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rwong48

join:2002-11-10
San Jose, CA
reply to El Quintron

Re: Which nVidia cards support 3 independent displays?

said by El Quintron:

said by pnjunction:

Not sure but I think nVidia has finally added 3-4 monitor support on a single card in the 600 series.

This is the case, even if they'll only support surround gaming on select cards.

This appears to be the case, for (most of?) the GTX 660, 670, and 680 cards. Not sure about the 650, which is what my original question was - exactly which ones?

I think I'll settle with using a secondary card for the 2nd/3rd monitors, whether that be with a nVidia 8400GS (since I have some laying around) or the Sandy Bridge iGPU, but I'd still like to know.


Gordo74
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join:2003-10-28
Monroeville, PA
said by rwong48:

This appears to be the case, for (most of?) the GTX 660, 670, and 680 cards. Not sure about the 650, which is what my original question was - exactly which ones?

All from the 660 upwards. I meant to put that in my original post.


dfrandin
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join:2002-06-14
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said by Gordo74:

said by rwong48:

This appears to be the case, for (most of?) the GTX 660, 670, and 680 cards. Not sure about the 650, which is what my original question was - exactly which ones?

All from the 660 upwards. I meant to put that in my original post.

I recently bought a 610 for a friend, and it has DVI, HDMI and VGA. I'm currently using it with two monitors, off the VGA and DVI ports, but I wonder if I had a third monitor that did HDMI (or an HDMI to DVI adapter) if it too, would support three monitors.. Enquiring minds....


Gordo74
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join:2003-10-28
Monroeville, PA
said by dfrandin:

said by Gordo74:

said by rwong48:

This appears to be the case, for (most of?) the GTX 660, 670, and 680 cards. Not sure about the 650, which is what my original question was - exactly which ones?

All from the 660 upwards. I meant to put that in my original post.

I recently bought a 610 for a friend, and it has DVI, HDMI and VGA. I'm currently using it with two monitors, off the VGA and DVI ports, but I wonder if I had a third monitor that did HDMI (or an HDMI to DVI adapter) if it too, would support three monitors.. Enquiring minds....

I do not believe so. I believe it has to be 660 or upwards.