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560 Ti + (Monitor*3)

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I looked online for some answers, but instead found bad news that unless I SLI, I can't hook up three monitors to the same card. I believe they are talking about Nvidia Surround, which I am not interested in. My card has 2 DVI ports and 1 mini-HDMI port. I'm looking into buying a 3rd PX2370 ($175 on eBay!!!) and hooking it up via the remaining mini-HDMI port.

In theory it should work, no? I plan on upgrading to a 670 this summer, so until then, I must work with what I've got.
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600 series and up can use 4 monitors to the card. the 500 series and under is only 2 without going sli.
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Well, the 500 series cannot go 3 screens without a second card, sli isn't necessarily a requirement. You can use any random card to run the 3rd monitor. Or you could find someone to trade you an AMD card for your 560ti heh
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yea I was originally planning on getting a second 560 ti 448, but insted i am going to get a 600 series card
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