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Hi guys!

Is it possible and realistic to run two (or even three) monitors with some videocard(s) from this list?

I need to have an ability to run two old-fashion-way connected (RGB) monitors on this PC:
MOBO: P8B75-M Asus, B75, DualDDR3-1600, SATA3, 5xSATA2, HDMI, GBLAN, mATX 196.00Lt ~ 49 GBP
CPU: BX80637I53470 Intel Core i5-3470, Quad Core, 3.20GHz, 6MB, LGA1155, 22nm, 77W, VGA BOX 610.00Lt ~ 153 GBP
RAM: CMZ32GX3M2A1600C9 DDR3 Corsair Vengeance Black 32GB (4x8GB) 1600MHz CL9, XMP1.3
Storage(SSD for boot+apps+some data): CT256M4SSD1 SSD Crucial M4 256GB SATA3, Sparta 500/260MBs, 7mm 666.00Lt ~ 167 GBP
Storage(HDD or SSD for even more data): WD Black 2TB
CP-9020050-EU: PSU Corsair VS 550W ATX 80 Plus Very quiet 120mm fan 163Lt ~ 41 GBP
RC-342-KKN1-GP PC casing without PSU Cooler Master Elite 342 mATX black 83Lt ~ 21 GBP
SH-224BB / BEBE: Internal DRW Samsung SH-224BB, SATA, bulk bar, black 48Lt ~ 12 GBP
TBW-107UB: TRENDNET Micro Bluetooth USB ADAPT. 10M 29Lt ~ 7GBP
TL-WN881ND: TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps Wireless N PCI Express Network Adapter 51Lt ~ 13 GBP
- it's from this post.

What kind of additional connectors/adapters (e.g. DVI-to-VGA, etc.) would I need?

Which card from the list has the aforementioned features, good quality, is highly compatible with Windows (Windows Hardware Compatibility List / Windows Hardware Quality Labs certified/tested) and is worth the money?
(Prices are in lithuanian Lits - divide Lits by 4 and you get GBPs, i.e. 4 Lits = 1 GBP).

Or whichever is closest?

Please help with your suggestions!..

*google-translated list for your reference is here (in English)
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