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Will a GTX 660 support 3 monitors?

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22 February 2013 03:59:58

I have googled a bit, and the closest I have come to an answer was a thread here.

I have a GeForce GTX 660, not a ti either. It has 1 hdmi, 1 dvi-d and 1 dvi-a port, can I use these three ports and hook up the 3 dell 23 inch monitors that I have, and then play a game that uses all three screens at once? If this is possible, will I need to install any software to accomplish this? If so, what is it?

The game is World of Warcraft if that is important.

Thanks in advance for your help.
22 February 2013 04:22:26

That game isn't that demanding so the 2GB frame buffer should suffice.
22 February 2013 09:54:08

The 660 will do what you want it to in theory. It doesn't require any other software but It's not a strong enough card to game on 3 screens.
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22 February 2013 10:00:07

ajl2011shooter said:
The 660 will do what you want it to in theory. It doesn't require any other software but It's not a strong enough card to game on 3 screens.


It is for world of warcraft.....
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22 February 2013 12:05:39

no other third party software needed to make it run across 3 screen. everything should be covered inside nvidia driver package. anyway did you already have the screens or not? i never play wow but i do know blizzard keep updating the client for content and graphic improvement here and there. but given the engine based on very old one even 660 might be good enough to run the game across 3 screen. initially the card is intended for 1080p and below