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# 214479 14-May-2017 07:47
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I had a quick look around for a low cost card with three display ports. I could not find one. They seem to be performance oriented. Any suggestions?

Maybe I should check hdmi.

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  # 1781846 14-May-2017 09:49
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Just got an AMD FirePro W4100 for $299:
http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=27023

4x MiniDP however if you're connecting to MiniDP to VGA or DVI then at least 2x of those adaptors must be "active" ones (as opposed to "passive" ones).


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  # 1782108 14-May-2017 20:18
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Actually still have my old ATI FirePro 2460 which suspiciously stopped working during upgrade to Windows 10 (after 2nd reboot BIOS would not POST without removing it).

 

70% sure it's hardware faulty however don't have another box to test it so you can have it if you want to give it a try....

 

Pickup from Henderson or send me a courier bag.


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  # 1782110 14-May-2017 20:34
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I'll politely decline, as I've previously fried my brain with misbehaving graphics cards. I appreciate the offer it's just a time thing.

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  # 1782122 14-May-2017 21:21
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a 960 or 970 will do it. They arent really on the used market much yet, but if you can find one would be great, actually useful performance and 3DP/Hdmi2.0 on most of them which can give you a quad head 4k setup.





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