I've been looking into upgrading my graphics card for a while now, and during my searches I've noticed a couple of them that don't have any sort of video output other than power and PCI. I was wondering if it would be possible to install a graphics card such as an Nvidia Tesla M2070 so that it renders games and whatever I do on my computer, and outputs it through my current ports, which are on my current graphics card, as there is no built in gpu on my motherboard. I'm curious about this because a lot of these cards, while cheap, have incredibly high memories and seem superior to other cards in the same price range.

  • The Tesla series cards are for GPGPU tasks, they're not gaming cards. – Mokubai Jun 15 '16 at 5:57
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    Nvidia apparently doesn't even refer to the Teslas as graphics cards, but rather "computing module" and similar terms. – a CVn Jun 15 '16 at 7:25

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