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4 monitor display power requirements.

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#1 newagedavey11


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Posted 22 June 2015 - 04:15 PM

  Hello to all,

 I am currently running (4) monitors, all are different makes and models. I have them all set at the same resolution.

I have an AMD Radeon HD 5570 video card, with (1) gig of DDR3 memory. I use a i5 - 4670 CPU @ 3.4 Ghz-3401 Mhz with 4 cores, ASUS mother board, and 64 bit system.with 16 GB DDR 3.

 My job requires me to be looking at a computer all day, and I think because of the different monitors my eyes are subject to a lot of undue strain.

 I am going to purchase (4) Veiwsonic VA 2409 wide screen LED monitors, max. resolution of 1980 X 1024.

 My question is will I be able to make use of maximum resolution of monitors with current Video card? I am  using a 4 way VGA connection adapter so I can use all (4) monitors off the (1) Video card. I would use the same set up for new monitors.

Your professional advice would be greatly appreciated.Thank you for your time.


                                                   Newagedavey (A.K.A Dave Russell).

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#2 dicke



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Posted 22 June 2015 - 08:07 PM

This might be helpful


I'd also look at heat and total power required to do all of that.



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Posted 23 June 2015 - 07:56 AM

It looks like that card supports:


  • Integrated VGA output
  • Max resolution: 2048x15369

Off of the VGA output so it looks like you should be good to go.

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