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How to determine if video card supports dual view?


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k im lookin for a new video card that supports dual view.. so i can have 2 monitors and have my screen stretched across both of them... most all of them have one dvi output & one vga.. but how do i know if they support dual view? because i was looking on newegg.com at one that had both the outputs but in the reviews people were saying it didn't support dual monitors..
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If a card does not usually say somewhere on the packaging that it supports dual displays( or 2 monitors) then it probably is not capable of it.

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If a card does not usually say somewhere on the packaging that it supports dual displays( or 2 monitors) then it probably is not capable of it.

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alright, thanks.
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