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How can I enable onboard graphics AND dedicated card simultaneously?

I have an HP Pavilion S3000y computer running Fedora 15. [specs]
The motherboard has a VGA port, for integrated graphics output, but I'm currently using an XFX Radeon HD 6570 card for my main monitor.

My question is, can I have one VGA monitor running from the graphics card, and another running from the onboard VGA graphics, or is this not supported by my MoBo?

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marked as duplicate by afrazier, BBlake, Not Kyle stop stalking me, soandos, studiohack Jan 19 '12 at 19:00

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Technically, it is not supported by the chipset, which is an Intel 945g.

Your card (6570) supports two monitors. I would hook both monitors to that card. In so many ways, that would be a better solution and provides better performance.

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