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Topic # 182484 17-Oct-2015 21:52
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hey guys, ive got a GTX 660 card, with only one HDMI port on it.
what i want to do is run a cable to my tv, into its HDMI, what i want to know, is can you run a splitter from the gpu to run to hdmi's?

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  Reply # 1408415 17-Oct-2015 21:55
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to run two HDMIs? Do you want 2x Displays mirrored or 2 that are seperate extended desktops? Would help if you elaborated a little.

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  Reply # 1408420 17-Oct-2015 22:08
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or you could run your monitor on DVI as you generally don't use sound on the monitor..




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  Reply # 1408547 18-Oct-2015 11:28
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Here is an example of a 1 in 2 out HDMI Splitter: http://dynamix.co.nz/index.html?do=viewproduct&code=LKV312E&ID=165329596 that retails for around $75




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