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Originally Posted by bgtrance;12656860 
Umm OP did not specify is it is for gaming or not. If you are gaming, only 2 monitors but if not then you can run 3 monitors off of 1 GTX 570.

Are you sure?
Have you seen something like this works?
Because the 570 has only 2 timing clocks. So the third monitor plug will not give an image out.
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Originally Posted by Defoler;12656945 
Are you sure?
Have you seen something like this works?
Because the 570 has only 2 timing clocks. So the third monitor plug will not give an image out.

I read somewhere that the HD version can do that.

For gaming no, but for general use should be possible.
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Originally Posted by bgtrance;12657305 
I read somewhere that the HD version can do that.

For gaming no, but for general use should be possible.

For some reason it does work I don't know why but with the EVGA HD version it allows for it to work, but without the card being a ltd edt you wont get 3 monitors out from one card.

If its not for gaming then buy a cheap card and use that like a 550Ti or something? I have a similar setup, gaming with 570 and then quadro for workstation, granted my cards are better but its still the same principal.
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is there like, a special monitor that is super wide and takes 2 DVI plugs, like, 3840x1080??
     
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