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Enabeling OnBoard GFX?

By TheUndead ·
Hi all.

Im curretly running a Geforce GTX460 in my PCIe port with 1 Main monitor and a LCD TV, and wondering if i can enable my onboard GFX so i can run a third monitor? The card has 3 outputs, but i can only fit 2 monitors at a time to the ports.

I think that one of the problems for getting this to work might be that my MB has a ATI Graphic intergrated. But anyhow hoping that it can be done.

The MB is a ASUS M4A88TD-V Series.
Running Win 7 x86

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Generally speaking It's Not Possible

by OH Smeg In reply to Enabeling OnBoard GFX?

Mainly because when you plug in a Video Card the M'Board disables the On Board Video.
Besides no matter what you have in the way of a On Board Video Chip Set the CPU and System RAM is still used to generate the Video so you'll be taking a Performance Hit if you use the On Board Video.

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Got it working

by TheUndead In reply to Enabeling OnBoard GFX?

Ok, i got it working.

First i sett my onboard as primary, then installed the driver for it in windows, then it just went by it self. My Geforce is still the primary when it comes to games and so on.

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