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How to Connect 4 monitor in Extend Mode on Redeon R9 350

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I have HP Prodesk 400 G3 include Radeon R9 350. I need to connect 4 monitor (LG49LX310C) in Extended Mode for Network Monitoring.I would like to know the condition  and nessesary tool for do it ,such Resolution, add on cable or spliter.

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How to Connect 4 monitor in Extend Mode on Redeon R9 350

You will need to upgrade your video card to one that has four display outputs.

 

Your current video card does not.

 

You will probably need to upgrade your PSU as well. I highly recommend that you purchase and install a card that supports both legacy and UEFI BIOS.

 

I highly recommend that you purchase and install a card that supports both legacy and UEFI BIOS.

 

If you do not know what the difference is between legacy and UEFI BIOS, you will have to find that out for yourself by reading about it. Your PC has a UEFI BIOS.

 

http://multimonitorcomputer.com/top-4-best-videocard-for-multiple-monitor-computers.php

 

We do try to help, but this is not Geek 101.  You will need to do some reading online. 🙂

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