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Old 08-10-2013, 08:56 PM   #1
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Once again, im back to the same place with my questions. You guys are always the best . Anyway, i just bought this Amazon.com : ASUS GTX 660 Ti Series Graphics Card Overclocked Edition Graphics Cards GTX660 TI-DC2O-2GD5 : Computer Graphics Cards : Electronics and was hoping to get my 3 monitor setup going. I am currently using the hdmi port and a vga to dvi adapter for a second monitor. So as far as the third, which is also vga, i tried this Amazon.com: Cable Matters Gold Plated DisplayPort to VGA Male to Female Adapter: Electronics. Now after spending 20 bucks on it and it not work. im a little annoyed. So any help as to how to could set up my third monitor (VGA) to the card itself, please let me know. Thanks in advance as always
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Tripp Lite 1ft DVI Dual Link Splitter Cable DVI-D Male - 2xDVI-I Female - P564-001 - Monitor Cables/Adapters - CDW.com
Assuming your monitors have DVI inputs, this will take the DVI-D output from the card and split it to 2 DVI-I connections for your monitors.
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Tripp Lite 1ft DVI Dual Link Splitter Cable DVI-D Male - 2xDVI-I Female - P564-001 - Monitor Cables/Adapters - CDW.com
Assuming your monitors have DVI inputs, this will take the DVI-D output from the card and split it to 2 DVI-I connections for your monitors.
Well i just read a review, it said it gave them an identical screen on both, i don't want that, and the monitors are vga only, i just been using dvi adapters.
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