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I am interested in purchasing a Quadro 2000 graphics card, however, I know that the GeForce series will only do two monitors / card. But the Quadro cards have DisplayPort, which is a far easier signal to generate than TMDS (DVI-D), hence it's use on Radeon HD for more than three monitors. Can the Quadro cards with dual DisplayPort and DL DVI-I connectors can power three monitors via the two DP and DVI-D ports?

NVIDIA Quadro 2000

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Lenovo appears to be selling this card, have the following info posted: It looks like only 2 ports work at a time.

Monitor Resolution Support:

* Two DisplayPort and one Dual-Link DVI-I
      o Only two of the three connectors are active at a time
      o 2560 x 1600 maximum digital resolution for DisplayPort and Dual-Link DVI-I connectors
      o 2048 x 1536 maximum analog resolution with the attached DVI-to-VGA monitor adapter to the Dual-Link DVI-I connector
      o 1920 x 1200 maximum digital resolution with an attached DisplayPort to Single-Link DVI-I Monitor cable (45J7915)
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I haven't tested the Quadro 2000 specifically, but I believe this is correct. +1 – Shinrai Dec 10 '10 at 15:03

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