I have got two DVI-D DualLink Male to VGA female adapters and a Graphics card with with HDMI, VGA and two DVI-D outputs. When I plug my VGA monitors into the adapters then into the video card, they don't display a picture). But the card recognizes, at least one of them as an analog display and knows the names of both displays, so something must be working. Is there anything I can do?
System: Asus GTX 650ti DCU2 (for secondary displays) (the one I'm trying to plug these adapters into) EVGA GTX 970 SSC (for primary display) Sabertooth Z77 i7 3770k 8GB RAM 1200w PSU
Working Config: http://i.imgur.com/S61M9No.png Desired Config: " " /zpYU8nj.png
Displays 4 and 2 are the same monitor for some reason there is two. Screenshot of the config below:
Info from the seller of the adapters; listing is here:
The adapter to the DVI connector from your video card and convert it to VGA connector for setting up dual monitors / projectors. Provide people who want to use the dual monitors for their work/game environment. If your individual Graphic video card has dual output ports, one VGA output and one DVI-D output (do not support on-board DVI-D output), then you can simply attach and make it works.
- Gold plated PIN
- One 15 pin male to Female VGA connector
- One 25 pin DVI-D male connector on the other side
- Size: 4.3 x 4 x 1.5cm (LxWxH)
And yes I could plug a monitor into the VGA port and the other to the DVI-I adapter on the other GPU, but I want this to work for future plans.