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First of all I am new to this hardware stuff. I have few graphics cards with me:

  1. 1x1 AMD Radeon HD 6670
  2. 1x2 AMD Radeon HD 6600
  3. 1x1 AMD Radeon HD 6450
  4. 1x1 AMD Radeon HD 3600

I have my PC setup in this way:

With 1st option 2 Monitors and with other three options the graphic card connected to only one monitor each.

Now I want to connect my 5 Monitors to one PC.

My Questions are:

  1. Is there any way that using any one of the Graphics card I can connect my 5 monitors?

  2. If first question answer is "NO" then is it possible that I can use a combination of graphic cards to connect my 5 monitors to one PC.

  3. If second Answer is "YES" then which combination will give better results in performance and quality.

I have 3 PCIe Slots, So I guess i can install multiple graaphics card, but I am not sure as I have not tried it before.

Also, I have gone through AMD website and it says that I can connect upto 6 monitors and there is a utility also on the website, but I am unable to figure out the way, here is the link:

Set Up AMD eyefinity technology configuration tool

Although I am googling it and even youtube but there are certain ways found but everything seems to be very fast and I am unable to grasp. Like connectors and convertors and other stuffs, however I didn't found any relevent result for multi GPUs.

Looking forward for you all support.


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In theory, you can do it with either of the AMD 6000 cards, if they have a displayport connector. Each card would have to support two monitors via a combination of HDMI, VGA, and DVI, and 3 monitors via DisplayPort. If the monitors don't have a displayport connector, you'll need an adapter, too. See the bottom of this page:

Here is what is hopefully a simpler explanation:

It has a very clear picture of a displayport "hub" that would support 3 monitors.

Here is a picture of a Sapphire Radeon 6670 card that shows the displayport connectors fairly clearly.

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