Displays Multiple Monitors

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D3CRYPTM4ST3R

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Your graphics card needs to support Multi-Monitor in the Advanced settings (and the hardware obviously)
Here's one info link to that I had saved for some reason: http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/intel945gm/sb/CS-022119.htm
Thanks for the quick response , but if a have lets say 3 or 4 Monitors which all have DVI-Cables , how would i plug them all together , should i have multiple Graphic Cards or do i need a special Port-replicator , Because as far as i am concerned , Graphic cards have a maximum of 3 Ports or 4 ports with different interfaces (eg. 1xDVI 1xhdmi 1xvga 1x svideo). Thanx
 

D3CRYPTM4ST3R

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A video card with two outputs is one method. What's your existing hardware?
I am asking for the needed hardware to eventually get it , My System Specs are the following:

Graphics: 9600GT 1GB
RAM: 4GB Kingston 667 Mhz
HDD: 500 GB Seagate Barracuda
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad 4x2,33
MoBo: ASUS P5KPL-AM EPU
 

kimsland

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No, many computer can utilize 2 addon graphics cards now (imagine that)
Anyway, you start with a graphics card that supports 2 monitors (and that's compatible with your motherboard

Way too much info to say there, I'm sure there must be many guides on this across the web
You can even contact your computer manufacturer and ask them :)
 
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