Originally Posted by sat1va
For you this model might not be the right fit, as it only has one dual dvi link cable and is quite fussy with even the cable that is used. Mine for example would not work with my own dual link dvi cable, i had to use the one provided. You would also have to daisy chain the monitors and use DVI - DP1.2 adapters so it could get messy.
What is your exact GPU model?
My GPU is: Saphire Radeon HD7870 GHz edition 2GB
It has a Single DVI, Dual DVI, HDMI and DP.
I know that getting two/three Qnix/X-Star's might not be the ideal for me. But since I'm not interested in overclocking it to 120Hz I was actually thinking about the multi-port versions:
They both include DP, HDMI, DP, VGA.
As I understood by reading all those comments about them, it's impossible to clock them to 120Hz because of a different PCB or something. But since I don't mind them being 60Hz... I just need to know if I can run two or three of them on a single Display Port on my GPU?
But then on the other hand.. I wouldn't mind exploring the option of dual or triple 120Hz monitors on DVI
What would I have to do in this case?