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An entry-level graphics card should do fine (unless you're doing extensive WebGL work). As long as it has 2 HDMI or DVI ports, you'll be OK for web development.


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4K is basically 4x the pixels of 2K, and essentially what you have is 2x 2K monitors.As such except for gaming, any 4K capable video adaptor should be able to handle it. Generally You only really need a very capable video card for gaming. Even a humble onboard video adaptor on a bay trail can handle 4K video and should handle 2x HD screens fine. Video ram ...


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Are you connecting a monitor or a TV? Below are some methods that could perhaps solve the problem, singly or several together : Method 1 : Use a tool to force the resolution Here are some command line tools that can change the screen resolution : QRes, NirCmd, Display Changer. Method 2 : Registry updates Search the registry for ...


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It may be possible to connect one to the MB and one to the GPU - but this could raise some issues. The VGA connector on your MB is actually for an integrated GPU either on your MB or on the CPU - if you have none you should not even be able to use this one alone (eg. when using a GPU-less MB with a GPU-less serverprocessor). When you would hook one monitor ...


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i almost have the same setup and i use AMD Eyefinity3 with U2412M 1920x1200 off a radeon HD 7970 You can also make it a single surface https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMbHZ8Mn__g You can find eyefinity cards for every price bracket. I do recommend a midrange. not the lowest end. just because its nice to have a little 3d perf than none at all Radeon R7 ...


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This was already answered but I want to add some more details: If you are going for gaming performance:One fast card is better than to separate cards. Two cards tied in crossfire or SLI have lots of additional contraints, such as similar or identical GPU's, only the graphics out output from one single card active, etc etc.Given the last this is not what ...


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I noticed that this would only happen in Windows. When I overclocked my GPU in Lubuntu it worked perfectly. I ended up uninstalling ASUS AI Suite 3 and updating my NVIDIA drivers which solved the issue.


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The answer to your actual question is 'Yes you can put a regular PCIe graphics card in there'.. Motherboard Spec Anything else becomes a hardware recommendation & is therefore off-topic.


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are those 3 devices shown on Display properties? If yes, two should be more like "blue" meaning they are active, and 1 which is not working should be greyed out. I've seen this on desktop PCs. But as you are using a laptop with 8600M series graphics cards, it supports only up to 2 displays



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