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mts

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  1. Anyone? If I buy a wireless nic, will i be able to cast to a miracast tv? I dont have a wireless adapter on my PC nor a miracast dongle. Just ethernet..
  2. I want to connect from my PC to my TV via Miracast. So... I should have wireless adapter to connect right? Miracast wants WiFi.. is that right? I want to connect wirelessly.
  3. You use a laptop or a PC my friend?
  4. Hello fellas! I need to ask something. I want to display my PC's display (Windows 10) to a Miracast compatible TV. My PC is connected to the network via cable and has not wireless adapter. For my PC to be presented to my TV, what I have to buy? A wireless dongle? Will it work while my PCI Express network card (with cable) works as my networking device? Thank you!
  5. Thank you all guys for your help!
  6. No, there is no problem with my clients. They just sit there and watch the stock market from already configured charts, so there isnt a problem. PS: wow! how I lived without this forum??? Guys you are awesome! so many replies in just one day. This is a hell of a community. Thanks!
  7. Yep! no gaming. Just stock exchange viewing.
  8. My motherboard has 2 x PCI Express for the GPUs so yes, it is ok. My case is a Midi Coolermaster GLite, but it can fit a reasonable large GPU. The PSU is a 450W Coolermaster. I found that VGA ASUS GEFORCE GT710 GT710-SL-2GD5-BRK 2GB GDDR5 PCI-E can support 3 monitors at once. My monitors have only D-Sub inputs, so I guess with the right convertors (DVI to VGA and HDMI to VGA) the job can be done. Right? My question is, can I use two GT710 gpu cards at once?
  9. Hi guys! I have a PC with the hardware below : Motherboard : MSI 970A-G45 Memory : 2GB DDR3 CPU : AMD Athlon II X2 250 at 3Ghz So I want to use it as a simple multi-display PC for showing stock exchange charts to my clients on 5 to 6 displays. I found that the NVIDIA GT230 DDR5 can support 3 monitors. My question is, if I install two GT230s on my PC, will it support 6 monitors all at once? Have you had any experience with a similar setup? Thanks!
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