I currently run three DVI-D monitors on an aging Radeon 5770HD. Two monitors are plugged into the HD5770 and the third is plugged into the motherboard graphics port. I have 3 monitors mostly for productivity, I only run games on a single monitor.
I would now like to upgrade to a more powerful card such as the mini Gigabyte GTX 960. I have a micro-atx case and I am using Blender that has better support for nVidia cards for GPU rendering. Card info: http://www.gigabyte.com.au/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5369#ov
I believe I can only buy passive DisplayPort adapter if the graphics card supports DP++ (DisplayPort dual mode).
Nowhere on the linked specs page is this mentioned and the so called useless "manual" pdf is a just generic for all Gigabyte "VGA" cards.
If a HDMI to DVI adapter would be a better option, I don't mind, I just need clarity on what sort of adapter I really need.
(I realise I could email Gigabyte, but I've waited weeks for a response when I did that once in the past. I also hope someone either has tried 3 DVI monitors on a similar/same card or has information that all new cards support DP++.)