I'm thinking about a new PC, paperless office, four monitors would be my choice (I've already got three). For some reasons I'll buy an Intel CPU, which come all (ok, except for server cpus) with an integrated GPU. Can I enable both, the internal GPU and the discrete graphics card and connect each to two screens?
This question has been asked three and a half year ago (how time goes by...) here: How can I enable onboard graphics AND dedicated card simultaneously?
But three and a half year are a long time and maybe things have changed and it is not necessary to buy two graphic cards.
Obviously a difficult question. I don't hunt for performance, it's just my office PC, where I work for a living.
I guess, I could buy two low budget graphics cards, put them on the mainboard and connect the four screens. But why buy two graphics cards if I already have one on the mainboard and don't need three? -- Except if the graphics card on the board always is switched off at the very moment a discrete card gets connected the mainboard.
And this is the question.
One answer by https://superuser.com/users/381441/mike-diglio , thank you very much, maybe there are more answers.