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Two gpu's for 2 different monitors

Noob1337
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hello,

 was wondering if you can plug to 2 monitors to 2 different gpus

i have 2 lg 19inch monitors and 

i have an i7 3770k and a GTX 1050 TI 

i want utilize both integrated and dedicated gpus although i know i can use different port from the gpu but the monitor

has vga only and i dont have enough adapters

is it possible?

 

sorry for my ridicules English

 

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4 minutes ago, Noob1337 said:

hello,

 was wondering if you can plug to 2 monitors to 2 different gpus

i have 2 lg 19inch monitors and 

i have an i7 3770k and a GTX 1050 TI 

i want utilize both integrated and dedicated gpus although i know i can use different port from the gpu but the monitor

has vga only and i dont have enough adapters

is it possible?

 

sorry for my ridicules English

 

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Unfortunately, you can't. Once you use a PCIe video card to output signal, the iGPU gets disabled and your mobo's integrated video outs won't output anything.

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thank you 

that saved me an hour

but when i unplug the cable from the gtx to the mobo its works

idk

 

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3 minutes ago, PatXioPC said:

Unfortunately, you can't. Once you use a PCIe video card to output signal, the iGPU gets disabled and your mobo's integrated video outs won't output anything.

Wtf... That's not true. 

 

10 minutes ago, Noob1337 said:

hello,

 was wondering if you can plug to 2 monitors to 2 different gpus

i have 2 lg 19inch monitors and 

i have an i7 3770k and a GTX 1050 TI 

i want utilize both integrated and dedicated gpus although i know i can use different port from the gpu but the monitor

has vga only and i dont have enough adapters

is it possible?

 

sorry for my ridicules English

 

Yes, you can. 

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you can absolutely still use the iGPU for video processing. You just have to force enable it in your BIOS. 

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1 minute ago, Noob1337 said:

i'm confused

how?

 

Kinda just put in the gpu, put in hdmi/dp or w/e, run driver >> good to go...

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2 minutes ago, Noob1337 said:

i'm confused

how?

 

It just works. I use it like you want to myself. 2 monitors to GPU and 1 monitor to iGPU. 

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Just turn on igpu in the bios. I used it on every rig. Even with my 3770k and my saber tooth board. No reason it wouldn't work.

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