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It appears that my graphics card dosen't support multiple monitors??

Th graphics card supports all 3 monitors at once. You just need to click "windows + p", and then select "extend display". Otherwise it will only show 1 display.

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So i used to have 2 monitors; on connected with DVI to the graphics card and another one to the motherboard. Now here is when the problem starts;

I got a new 3rd monitor. Because my graphics card doesen't have 2 DVI outputs i used Display Port for my main monitor, (its 144hz.). But when i connect all 3 monitors, the main one with display port doesen't detect. 

If i disconnect the DVI from the graphics card, the display port is detected. The monitor connected to the motherboard works at all times.

 

Graphics card: GTX 1050ti MSI Gaming X

Monitor main: https://www.asus.com/us/Monitors/VG248QE/

Monitor connected to motherboard: https://www.game-debate.com/monitor/index.php?mon_id=2040

New monitor with DVI to the Graphics card: https://dragonsgaming.wordpress.com/2012/04/06/samsung-24-sync-master-led-lcd-monitor/ (bought it cheap from a friend)

 

Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX b360-f gaming.

 

My thought now  is to get an adapter for the new monitor to plug it into the HDMI on the motherboard but i'm not sure if that'll work. Will try it tho.

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Th graphics card supports all 3 monitors at once. You just need to click "windows + p", and then select "extend display". Otherwise it will only show 1 display.

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