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Is the current graphics card (Integrated graphics using ATI Radeon 4200) able to support 4 monitors?

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I currently have two monitors connected and was wondering if the graphics card able to support a four monitor display without any issues.

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@IMGnyce, welcome to the forum.

 

I don't believe that the Integrated Graphics will support 4 monitors.  However, you could use a USB 2.0 video adapter.  StarTech makes a variety of them depending on the video port on the monitors.  They make very good products.  You can use their Chat Live option to talk with one of their Techs who will help you choose the best adapter for you setup.

 

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Thanks for this, much appreciated. Would you happen to know if this graphics card could support three monitors then? What I was thinking was to buy an adapter to include the third monitor from the current graphics card and then buy the USB 2.0 Adapter from Startech to include the fourth monitor.

 

It seems the startech products are to include only one additional monitor.

 

Thanks,

Greg

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