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2d surround with only 3 x HDMI´s

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hello ,

 

i want help in making nvidia 2d surround settup but my problem is that i have 3 x 27" Asus 27T1E Monitors which DONT have DVI ports but only VGA and 2 x HDMI.I have 4 x GTX 580´s GPUz so can i make nvidia 2d surround by only conecting all three monitors to my HDMI ports in gpuz ? since i have 4 x gtx 580s so 4 x HDMI ports ? please help me...my monitor is

 

http://www.asus.com/Display/LCD_Monitors/27T1E/

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You're going to need cables that are HDMI to DVI, or some adapters that will convert HDMI to DVI and vice versa.

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i dont have any dvi in my monitor.only HDMI or DSUB..

Read what was said

 

Dvi to hdmi adapters

 

 

That is what you need, one side is dvi and plugs into the GPU and the other is HDMI and will go to your monitors.

 

Also your your graphics cards should have come with an adapter or two each.

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You have 4 HDMI outputs on your cards. You have 4 Monitors with HDMI inputs.

 

Use 4 HDMI cables...........

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Is he confused about the extra 580 since he has 4 but 3 monitors?

If so than he can just leave the 4th card alone with no cable running to it

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Guys, he only has 3 monitors with HDMI.

I don't understand what the issue is...can't he just use 3 HDMI cables?

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