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Dual vga graphics card

Discussion in 'Computer Building and Upgrading' started by Gareth75, Dec 11, 2016.

  1. Gareth75

    Gareth75 Registered

    Hi I would like to buy a dual vga graphics card so that I can have 2 possibly 3 monitors working of my pc but seems vey confusing looking for correct part. My pc is a refurbished dell with intel core duo/ windows 10. Any suggestions would be welcome
  2. mortmaru

    mortmaru TK Veteran

    post up your full system spec and what your budget is for graphics card.

    vga is old people tend to use display port now for multi monitors or dual hdmi.

    Sometimes multi monitors are pointless you are better of just getting a large size one with high resolution I find the ultra wide ones better then two screens
  3. Neil_Hines

    Neil_Hines Registered

    Does anyone know which is the best Dual VGA Graphics Card and what configuration PC they need?
  4. southsimon

    southsimon TK Veteran Forum Supporter

    you need to let us know what model of pc? I personally would not bother with vga. I use 2 monitors at work connected by DVI connection. Its digital and better sharper clearer picture. VGA is old and analogue. Have a look at the pc and see if dvi is supported? you can also use display ports or hdmi connections, again depends on spec of pc and graphics supported? and also if your monitors support those connections.