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I have a 27 inch screen I'm using for gaming and 2x 25 inch screens I won't use for games. I currently have a GeForce GTX 460 and it only supports 2 monitors. I need to get my 3rd monitor up and running. I'm debating between going SLI or 2 separate cards. Do enough games support video on all 3 screens to where I should just go the route of SLI for the heck of it? Right now I mainly play SC2, but you never know in the future...

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marked as duplicate by Breakthrough, studiohack Mar 8 '13 at 4:28

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

You just asked almost the same question here:… – Brad Patton Mar 8 '13 at 3:15
@Breakthrough He's taking the information he is given and then rewriting a question around that. – Griffin Mar 8 '13 at 3:18

You gamers generally go with SLI configurations. However if you are going to buy a video card that does not have the same GPU as the GTX - 460 they will not work in SLI. To read more about SLI I'd look into this.

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