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legendsinc
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Quadro video card disbled onboard video ports on Z230

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A friend of mine has a Z230 workstation, it has 3 onboard display ports but they appear to be disabled as it came with a Nvidia Quadro video card.

Is this true, If he wants to run 3 monitors on the Z230, would I need to remove the quadro card??

By doing that does the onboard video automatically become available??

He is currently running 2 montors on the quadro card.

 

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Kent

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Here is a manual of the Z230 workstation and the possible graphics card options, depending on which Quadro graphics card is installed:

https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/VotingSystems/systemsDocumentation/HartIntercivic/FullEAC...

Maximum number of monitors across all available Quadro K2000 outputs is 4.
 
Quadro graphics card model number required

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Thanks for your reply......It's Quadro K620

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In that same manual linked earlier, it states that graphics card line can only support 2 monitors.  Also in that same manual, if the graphics card is  removed (not present), the onboard graphics is dependent on the CPU installed.

Intel HD Graphics 4600 (on Core i5/i7-4xxx processors); Intel HD Graphics P4600 (on Intel Xeon E3-12x5v3
processors).
1 DVI-I and 2 DP 1.2 graphics ports integrated in motherboard; Supports up to three simultaneous displays
across DP & DVI-I outputs.
 
There are other means for using 3 monitors but removing the Quadro K620 seems to be the simplest.

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