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DesolanceR

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  1. Thank you for all the info. @Glenwing The graphic card I have on the PC is a GTX 1080 Founders Edition which has 3 Display ports. Under the Small monitor you see in pic 1 between the laptop and the large tv there is a black box. That is connected to the laptop through a type C. That black box has 2 display ports and 1 hdmi port. The TVs have only HDMI ports. Is there a magical solution that will permit me to do what I dreamed of? @SupaKomputa I've seen that, however that is not what I want and also I don't seem to have that option either. Atleast not with this splitter/switch. @Biomecanoid Yep, that is what I'm doing now :D. I just hate pressing x buttons every day :P. I want to press one button/switch and change the input source (PCs).
  2. Hello friends, I've got a setup problem that I can't seem to solve. What I'm trying to do: I have a PC and a work Laptop ( 2020, working from home year :D ) also 2 TVs. I have bought the HDMI splitter/swither you can see in pics 2 and 3. I connect the PC video card to the splitter input 1 and the laptop to the splitter input 2. Then I connect the the spitters outputs 1 and 2 to each of the TVs. The switch functionality works fine however I have problems with the splitting part. I want the displays to be extended, however I don't seem to have that option. When I'm checking the display settings tab or the Nvidia Control Panel I can see only one display. What am I doing wrong? I'm guessing I'm asking how do you guys hook up 9 monitors to 1 PC, cuz I cannot hook 2 monitors to 1 PC through a splitter.
  3. Oh geez this was quick. Thank you for your answers. So this is a motherboard thing. (will keep this in mind for the next build) My current criteria for choosing the motherboard is simply check if components are compatible (CPU socket, RAM capacity) but this time I also wanted to have a lot of USB ports (to check out VR which is not worth it right now) so this was the option I found. I'll check out what these HEDT boards do. The fast boot is turned off (get 5 seconds if it's on) because of that annoying: cannot open BIOS normally thingy.
  4. Hello, I'm thinking there is an issue with my system and I can't figure out what it is. This is my 3rd PC that I build myself and whilst it's the strongest one yet it has an enormous boot load time. I'm not a professional but I enjoy build my own . So I'm guessing something went wrong. Setup: CPU: Intel Core™ i7 Haswell i7-5820K 6C 3.30G 15M LGA2011-V3 VT-dx ITT GPU: 1080 Founders Edition Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty X99M Killer 3.1 Socket 2011-3 x99m killer/3.1 Ram: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB Kit 4x4GB DDR4 2400MHz Power Source: Corsair HX750i 750W 80Plus Platinum cp-9020072-eu It has liquid cooling (that was fun installing ) for the CPU , 2 SSD (1 for system, 1 for games), 1 HDD for storage mostly. I'm running Windows 10 on it with 2 TVs as monitors. Here are the two issues I have: 1. When powering up it takes around 10 - 15 sec until I see the motherboard screen (it's like it's not starting up or detecting the TVs) - fans speed max then slow down then after about 5 second the motherboard screen appears. 2. Next at the windows load screen (black with loading circle) it takes 30 seconds to get past that. Now I want to say I don't see any performance issues otherwise, everything moves very fast and also I'm playing at 4k with 60 fps constant. Any reasons why booting up takes so long or what this wierd behaviour is ? Thanks
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