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kill_hXc

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Is it entirely possible?

I have one VGA input in the back of my PC and I want to have two interconnected monitors.

The title is actually a bit misleading. I would buy a new video card, but I'm running a Dell Optiplex, and if I'm going to buy a new vid card, then I would want a good one, which would mean I'd have to update mboard/CPU, which I wouldn't be able to do? (Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong!)

ANy help?
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i've seen people have good results from Usb Video Cards ... you could get one of these to add a second output without having to shell out big bucks
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Thanks, I'm going to look into that.

Will let you know.
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