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HP6616f Model No. BT503AA#ABA : Will it support the 20" LCD and a 24" LED dual display config?

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I just want to add a new DELL  LED display and see that I have a DVI slot on the back of this desktop.   Can I just get a DVI cable to plug in the new Dell LED monitor so I can operate TWO (2) video displays off this puppy?

 

That's my objective --- I just wanna use two displays like the big boys do!

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HP6616f Model No. BT503AA#ABA : Will it support the 20" LCD and a 24" LED dual display config?

Hi,

 

Your machine is an HP Pavilion p6616f Desktop PC, not HP6616f :

 

      http://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c02481322

 

It has the following ports at the back:

 

Figure : Back I/O panel
 Photograph of the ports on the back panel
  1. One electrical S/PDIF Output
  2. One VGA port
  3. Four USB 2.0 ports
  4. One RJ45 10/100 Mb/s LAN
  5. Center/Subwoofer-out (yellow - orange)
  6. Rear speaker-out (black)
  7. Line-in (light blue)
  8. Line-out (lime)
  9. Mic-in (pink)
  10. Side speaker-out (gray)
  11. One DVI-D port
also  Integrated graphics: concurrent use of the DVI and VGA ports is supported.
 
The hard answer is I don't know what is your Dell monitor. I've got at least 30 Dell monitors in my room right now but CAN'T work out which one is yours.
 
Does it have DVI port ? If yes, you can use DVI cable to connect.
 
Regards.
BH
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