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Old 02-27-2006, 04:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 2 Vga Cards in 1 Motherboard

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i m a new member of this Forum, i have a question that i have a Motherboard Intel Desktop Board D845 GVSR (Lan+Sound+VGA) Built-in. I want to add 1 more Vga card in this Board.Is the external & Internal (Built-in)Vga work same time? i have one another Board Intel Desktop D915GLVGL which is supporting 2 Vga cards in sametime (1 External & the Other 1 is Built-in) & both r working perfect in OS Windows XP 2002. Can u plz tell me about Intel Desktop Board D845 GVSR??? ThanX
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i don't know but you could give it a try. often it can be done with 2 physical cards but when one of the cards is integrated then it can be trouble. if you are looking for another card so that you can use dual monitors it would be failsafe if you just got one that had dual outputs

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Old 02-27-2006, 06:41 AM   #3 (permalink)
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As long as your built in VGA is is fully compatible with your OS and the drivers are good etc then there should be no problem.

You might check the microsoft HCL to see if your mobo/vga is listed but i really don't see any reason to worry.
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