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I have a question regarding new ATI 5 series. I heard that there will be a special version of 5 series that supports up to 6 displays. What about a regular 5 series? I see a regular 5 series have 2 DVI + 1 HDMI + 1 DISPLAY PORT. Can I connect 4 displays at once?

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The regular series can only handle up to 3 screens

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you're clearly wrong....

you can run up to 6 according to this. Obviously you can run 2 cards in crossfire to allow up to 6 displays.

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Hey, welcome to SU! We don't do insults like that here :) – Phoshi Oct 18 '09 at 11:21

You can connect up to 5 displays if you will buy MST (Multi Stream Transport) Hub and connect it to display port. It is not cheap (about 150$).

Like this: or this:

Don't forget to check your display port version on video card.

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