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Hey guys, I got a new monitor today, a Dell UltraSharp U2412M, along with mucho light bleeding I am also getting really bad frame rates on both monitors even on the desktop while running a video on one and we browsing on the other. I was having a play on DayZ earlier and it was micro stuttering all over the place. I used to use my Samsung TV as a 2nd monitor for watching videos etc while using my Eizo as a main and I've never had issues with it before, however the TV was plugged into the mobo via HDMI and the 780 was connected via DVI.

Currently I am running both monitors through the two DVI outputs on the 780, one DVI output and lead for each monitor, would I be better off using DisplayPort to solve the issue? Both monitors have DVI, VGA and Display Port inputs, no HDMI.

Any help would be great. =)
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Connect the Dell to the DVI port on the mobo, while the Eizo on the 780 and check.
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