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Hi

Just some advice needed. Got a new computer today i use dual screens, the screens are old one is on DVI one is VGA (though has ability to use DVI) anyway my new computer from the Graphics card has one DVI slot there is a second DVI slot attached to the motherboard which i can plug the second monitor in once i get a second DVI I cable. Now my question is, do i do this or do i find some kind of Twin splitter adaptor and DVI Cable so i can plug both monitors into the splitter and into the single DVI I Cable for the Graphics Card ?

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  • I'm not an expert yeold, but as no one else has commented I can give you my opinion based on personal experience. Avoid the splitter.
  • Ya i bought a dvi to hdmi and put that i to the graphics card which has worked well
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