I have the following -
Core i7 3770 (Ivybridge - Supports 3 independent displays .. apparently)
GA-B75-D3H (B75 Chipset - Supports 3 independent displays .. apparently .. has VGA,HDMI,DVI)
GTX 650 (Kepler GPU - Supports 3 independent displays - 2 DVI and 1 mini HDMI)
What I want is a triple monitor setup, with the CPU driving the 3 displays and the GPU as a dedicated CUDA card. If I run the display with the GPU, it supports my 3 monitors fine (All 3 are identical and same resolution by the way .. so hopefully no issues with different PLLs?)
However, if I use the "Init graphics IGD" as opposed to "PCX" the system boots fine but Windows doesn't recognize the Intel HD4000 (in the Core i7) at all and shows me a stock 800x600 resolution and the Intel Hardware identification utility doesn't even run.
Any suggestions on how I can proceed? I don't want to buy a second nVidia card, since I only have 1 x16 PCI-e port (the other is also x16 but x4 lanes).
What exactly are the steps I should be following to run 3 monitors through my CPU and use the GPU for CUDA only? (Let's solve this first on Windows and then worry about Linux...)