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Hi guys,

I have a question which I would like to be enlightened on before buying the components for my new budget build

PC parts used:
i5 4440
gigabyte h87 itx wifi(2hdmi, 1dvi output)
No GPU

I would be using ths combo and wont be adding a dedicated GPU
My objective is to run 2 or 3 FHD monitors off the iGPU.
However, I would like to ask whether can the monitor configuration be such that it is in landscape and portrait at the same time, meaning:
monitor 1: (main) landscape
monitor 2: portrait
monitor 3: portrait

i would be running windows 7. and i need multiple monitors as i needed more screen real estate.

I dont know if this is a stupid question, but i figure that i better ask the pros here to avoid being disappointed when i cant change the orientation later on when the build is done.


thx alot

shadowman
post #2 of 4
right click on the desktop-screen resolution-click on the monitor (1,2 or 3) and set the orientation for either portrait or landscape:


EDIT:


done.
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post #3 of 4
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hi,

thx for the prompt reply. I have used this feature b4 with my old desktop, with a dedicated GPU though.
not sure i read somewhere that someone had problems making the orientation the way he wanted on haswell.
may have misread. seems like should not be a problem then.

thx alot mate
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you're welcome

i just unplug the two displays from my dGPUs (570 and 550ti) and plug them both into my iGPU and was able to do the same - that third monitor you see in those screen shots is actually "fake" - its so i can use quicksync without another monitor hooked up or virtuMVP.

just click detect display - give it a resolution and the iGPU thinks a monitor is hooked up. now i have a sandy i5 - it will only support two displays but i think ivy will support three display but somewhere i got the idea it was dependent that the motherboard has a display port.

but here is a guy that got 3 with haswell with vga, dvi and hdmi:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1410439/can-i-run-triple-monitor-off-haswell-igpu/0_50#post_20467921


so you're fine.
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