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Assuming your GPU is not really old, just plug in both displays and you're good to go. I recommend using the DVI-D instead of D-sub, since D-sub is analog where as DVI-D is digital. The 2nd display will not have any effect on your main display, and thus it wont cause any lag. After plugging in both screens, you may want to check the resolution settings to arrange the displays correctly. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Microx256 View Post

Assuming your GPU is not really old, just plug in both displays and you're good to go. I recommend using the DVI-D instead of D-sub, since D-sub is analog where as DVI-D is digital. The 2nd display will not have any effect on your main display, and thus it wont cause any lag. After plugging in both screens, you may want to check the resolution settings to arrange the displays correctly. smile.gif

Thanks for the fast reply
Edited by dEklaN - 9/29/15 at 10:27am
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