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What are your specs?

 

Is this a desktop or a laptop?

 

If its a desktop and you have both an igpu and gpu. It can be possible to do this. But what is the reason for this? Extra monitor has basically no performance impact. Running 2 gpu's would actually have a bigger performance impact

So I wanna know if I can use Integrated GPU on my second monitor and my GPU on first.

If Yes then how can I ? 😊

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Don't see why you'll do that, and don't think it'll work, rather plug the 2 monitors on your dGPU

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What are your specs?

 

Is this a desktop or a laptop?

 

If its a desktop and you have both an igpu and gpu. It can be possible to do this. But what is the reason for this? Extra monitor has basically no performance impact. Running 2 gpu's would actually have a bigger performance impact

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5 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Don't see why you'll do that, and don't think it'll work, rather plug the 2 monitors on your dGPU

It actually should work as long as the iGPU doesn't automatically disable when a dGPU is plugged in. Worked in IT a few years at a university and the PC's had crappy graphics cards. Any professor that wanted more than one monitor had to plug one into mobo and one into GPU. Realistically the only time you should ever use iGPU over dGPU for secondary monitor is if somehow your dGPU doesn't have the exact connection you need.

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