GT210 only support two monitors , not 3 monitors?
Hi Guys,

I have GT210 installed with Linux system, the GT210 have DVI HDMI VGA all together 3 port connectors,

but i only succeed with DVI&HDMI or DVI&VGA for two monitors display.

Does this card support 3 monitors with connected to DVI HDMI and VGA in the same time?

Best Regards,
Hi Guys,



I have GT210 installed with Linux system, the GT210 have DVI HDMI VGA all together 3 port connectors,



but i only succeed with DVI&HDMI or DVI&VGA for two monitors display.



Does this card support 3 monitors with connected to DVI HDMI and VGA in the same time?



Best Regards,

#1
Posted 12/21/2010 06:03 AM   
All GeForce cards only support at most 2 monitors. If you want to drive 3 monitors, you need a second card.
All GeForce cards only support at most 2 monitors. If you want to drive 3 monitors, you need a second card.

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#2
Posted 12/21/2010 06:12 AM   
[quote name='Ital' date='21 December 2010 - 06:12 AM' timestamp='1292911964' post='1164225']
All GeForce cards only support at most 2 monitors. If you want to drive 3 monitors, you need a second card.
[/quote]

I have 3 graphic cards in 3 pci-e slots. want 9 monitors connected, so each card must support at least 3 monitors,

so what kind of Nvidia graphic card can support at least 3 monitors with the lowest expense.

Thanks
[quote name='Ital' date='21 December 2010 - 06:12 AM' timestamp='1292911964' post='1164225']

All GeForce cards only support at most 2 monitors. If you want to drive 3 monitors, you need a second card.





I have 3 graphic cards in 3 pci-e slots. want 9 monitors connected, so each card must support at least 3 monitors,



so what kind of Nvidia graphic card can support at least 3 monitors with the lowest expense.



Thanks

#3
Posted 12/21/2010 07:48 AM   
[quote name='yanlighting' date='21 December 2010 - 07:48 PM' timestamp='1292917722' post='1164247']
I have 3 graphic cards in 3 pci-e slots. want 9 monitors connected, so each card must support at least 3 monitors,

so what kind of Nvidia graphic card can support at least 3 monitors with the lowest expense.

Thanks
[/quote]

You would need Quadro - and they're mighty expensive.

maybe you would like to try ATI?


[quote name='yanlighting' date='21 December 2010 - 07:48 PM' timestamp='1292917722' post='1164247']

I have 3 graphic cards in 3 pci-e slots. want 9 monitors connected, so each card must support at least 3 monitors,



so what kind of Nvidia graphic card can support at least 3 monitors with the lowest expense.



Thanks





You would need Quadro - and they're mighty expensive.



maybe you would like to try ATI?




Hey all,

I'm a retail sales associate and I was attempting to help a gentleman purchase a graphics card today. Specifically, the gentleman was interested in a $60.00 price point graphics card, the GeForce GT210, which I am aware is capable of projecting to two monitors simultaneously - however, the gentleman was interested in one card that supports three monitors simultaneously. I reviewed this thread briefly, but it seems to me that no certain concensus was reached as to whether one GT210 definitely can or can not support three computer monitors simultaneously or not.

Any help would be appreciated and thanks in advance!

-steve.packard
Hey all,



I'm a retail sales associate and I was attempting to help a gentleman purchase a graphics card today. Specifically, the gentleman was interested in a $60.00 price point graphics card, the GeForce GT210, which I am aware is capable of projecting to two monitors simultaneously - however, the gentleman was interested in one card that supports three monitors simultaneously. I reviewed this thread briefly, but it seems to me that no certain concensus was reached as to whether one GT210 definitely can or can not support three computer monitors simultaneously or not.



Any help would be appreciated and thanks in advance!



-steve.packard

#5
Posted 04/23/2011 09:42 PM   
Even if you could do it with a 210, the card would probably fail fairly quick. Get too hot, and use to much power.

Need to look at cards designed to run 3 monitors. Or use 2 cards on a pc that can run multiple cards.

The 210 does not support 3 monitor at the same time, any combination of 2 can be used at the same time.
Even if you could do it with a 210, the card would probably fail fairly quick. Get too hot, and use to much power.



Need to look at cards designed to run 3 monitors. Or use 2 cards on a pc that can run multiple cards.



The 210 does not support 3 monitor at the same time, any combination of 2 can be used at the same time.

#6
Posted 04/24/2011 07:57 AM   
[quote name='yanlighting' date='21 December 2010 - 12:03 AM' timestamp='1292911425' post='1164221']
Hi Guys,

I have GT210 installed with Linux system, the GT210 have DVI HDMI VGA all together 3 port connectors,

but i only succeed with DVI&HDMI or DVI&VGA for two monitors display.

Does this card support 3 monitors with connected to DVI HDMI and VGA in the same time?

Best Regards,
[/quote]

If you had bothered to read the box or description/specifications before buying it, you would have known that, yes, the card only supports 2 displays at the most, at one time. It is not possible to use all 3 ports at once. If you want a card that supports 3 monitors simultaneously, you'll need to pick up a GTX 590, as it's the only card capable of running 3 monitors at once available from NVidia (at least in the gaming sector of cards).
[quote name='yanlighting' date='21 December 2010 - 12:03 AM' timestamp='1292911425' post='1164221']

Hi Guys,



I have GT210 installed with Linux system, the GT210 have DVI HDMI VGA all together 3 port connectors,



but i only succeed with DVI&HDMI or DVI&VGA for two monitors display.



Does this card support 3 monitors with connected to DVI HDMI and VGA in the same time?



Best Regards,





If you had bothered to read the box or description/specifications before buying it, you would have known that, yes, the card only supports 2 displays at the most, at one time. It is not possible to use all 3 ports at once. If you want a card that supports 3 monitors simultaneously, you'll need to pick up a GTX 590, as it's the only card capable of running 3 monitors at once available from NVidia (at least in the gaming sector of cards).

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#7
Posted 04/24/2011 08:03 AM   
I have a GeForce 210 and read that i can only use 2 of the 3 ports available. I read that 2 people have been able to utilise VGA & DVI together but for some reason i can only get DVI or VGA to work with HDMI and not DVI & VGA together. anybody got any suggestions as to why this may be or how i may correct it? also i read somebody suggest an additional video card would be needed to run a 3rd screen. i have no space in my tower and would have to use an external video card, so the question is this; would i be able to use another VGA/DVI monitor via an external VGA/DVI video card if i was using my DVI/VGA port on my Geforce 210? as i have noticed i can't use my Motherboards DVI port when i use my Geforce 210 card. thank you
I have a GeForce 210 and read that i can only use 2 of the 3 ports available. I read that 2 people have been able to utilise VGA & DVI together but for some reason i can only get DVI or VGA to work with HDMI and not DVI & VGA together. anybody got any suggestions as to why this may be or how i may correct it? also i read somebody suggest an additional video card would be needed to run a 3rd screen. i have no space in my tower and would have to use an external video card, so the question is this; would i be able to use another VGA/DVI monitor via an external VGA/DVI video card if i was using my DVI/VGA port on my Geforce 210? as i have noticed i can't use my Motherboards DVI port when i use my Geforce 210 card.
thank you

#8
Posted 05/09/2015 09:48 AM   
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