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Tech Question

larkstongues42

FNG / Fresh Meat
Jul 8, 2013
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I have a 570 GTX and I don't think I can. I think you need to have a 600 series to be able to do that. I could be wrong though.
 

[Mad_Murdock]

FNG / Fresh Meat
Nov 28, 2006
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No personal experience with NVidia cards (last one I owned was a GeForce 2 :D) but in Radeon cards, you cannot. You need a second card even though the one I have has 5 outputs.

larks might be right on the new cards though, they're pretty impressive.