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#ActualXanather

Posted 23 March 2013 - 05:55 AM

Im going to be replacing my old chunky TV with a new TV that will end up being mounted above my desk, and so I thought about 3 monitor setup and watching movies on the 3rd screen (the TV) whenever I want... This is just a idea, currently 2 monitors is fine obviously.

 

My current GTX 570 only supports 2 monitors. What would happen though if I were to get a very cheap GTS 620 (to allow for 3 monitors) how would it work? Do I need to set anything up with the nvidia drivers to make sure only my current GTX 570 does the processing?

If I were to run a game on the display that the GTS 620 was outputting what would happen? Would the GTX 570 still do the GPU processing?

 

All replies are appriciated smile.png


#1Xanather

Posted 23 March 2013 - 05:53 AM

Im going to be replacing my old chunky TV with a new TV that will end up being mounted above my desk, and so I thought about 3 monitor setup and watching movies on the 3rd screen (the TV) whenever I want... This is just a idea, currently 2 monitors is fine obviously.

 

What would happen though if I were to get a very cheap GTS 620 (to allow for 3 monitors) how would it work? Do I need to set anything up with the nvidia drivers to make sure only my current GTX 570 does the processing?

If I were to run a game on the display that the GTS 620 was outputting what would happen? Would the GTX 570 still do the GPU processing?

 

All replies are appriciated :)


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