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Graphics Card for 6 Monitors

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Does the Pavilion P6000 motherboard support graphic card for 6 monitors?

Any suggestion for a card?

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Hi,

 

Please read the following suggestions:

 

           http://multimonitorcomputer.com/best-6-monitor-gaming-video-cards.php

 

and I know the following product works

 

        http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/products/graphics_cards/c-series/c680/

 

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I don't do gaming, just stock market stuff.

Are these the best card for that application?

 

I tried the AMD Radeon 7750 card and have not been able to detect 6 monitors.

 

I see that all the cards need 750 w power supply, I just upgraded to 700w, darn! Would that make a difference?

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@UnlePP wrote:
....I see that all the cards need 750 w power supply, I just upgraded to 700w, darn! Would that make a difference?

Hi,

 

Not enough power, how can the machine run ? It may not boot at all.

 

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