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Getting Dual Crossover 27q Monitors to work with EVGA GTX 660ti - only the DVI-I output sends a signal, the DVI-D doesnt send anything

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I just bought two Crossover 27p monitors and I am having a problem getting both of them to work at the same time. I have a EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti video card which has a DVI-I output (which is working) and a DVI-D output (which isnt sending signal). I can only get one monitor to work at a time. I have tested both monitors on the DVI-I output on the video card and they work when plugged in there, but when I plug into the DVI-D port then the monitors do not show anything, just a red light. I have tested both cables and they both work on the top port, so I am assuming its something with the video card not outputting probably on the DVI-D output port.

I talked to EVGA Support and they said to buy a GTX 570 instead that has dual DVI-I ports and that should work. Does this seem right?
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DVI-I just means Integrated (Analog and Digital) - so it should work? Have you tried plugging in another monitor (1080p) into that DVI-D port? Maybe its broken?

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=02G-P4-3660-KR

It has 2 Dual Link DVI outputs - it should work...

There could be a switch on your card that turns on that DVI-D from single link to dual link...i know for a particular Radeon 7970 one of the outputs is set to single link by default for some reason
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