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    Mmmmmmmm.............Kate Tukapa's Avatar
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    Default One video card - two monitors

    Hi

    Just after some quick advice.

    If I want to have two displays running from the one PC at the same time (ie one projector and one PC screen - both showing the same output) am I correct in assuming any video card with two outputs eg this one would do the trick?

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    Default Re: One video card - two monitors

    Yes.
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    Default Re: One video card - two monitors

    Thanks for that!
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