EX-H310M-V3 R2.0 - Dual Monitor

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    EX-H310M-V3 R2.0 - Dual Monitor


    Hi!

    How to extend the display of my 2 monitors. I have a 200mhz 2 port vga splitter. properly connected ports (1 in 2 out). Any workaround?

    Thanks!

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    EX-H310M-V3 R2.0
    FJGEAR FJ-2002 200MHz 2 Port VGA Splitter
    2x KA220HQ

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    When you say you want to "extend the display of my 2 monitors" ... that means you want the two screens to display different portions of the desktop.

    Is that what you want? If so a VGA splitter won't do it. That splitter will show the same picture on both monitors.

    Question: What type of graphics connectors are available on your PC?
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    margrave55 said:
    When you say you want to "extend the display of my 2 monitors" ... that means you want the two screens to display different portions of the desktop.

    Is that what you want? If so a VGA splitter won't do it. That splitter will show the same picture on both monitors.

    Question: What type of graphics connectors are available on your PC?
    Yes, that is what i want.

    Answer: 1 x D-Sub

    How about VGA Y Cable?
    Thank you for your reply.
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    A splitter will not do what. It will simply send the same picture to two screens.

    You need a dual-head graphics card. Most of them are these days.
    Dual-head means that you can attach two monitors and have them display different images.
    Many graphics cards today can do three or more screens!

    But I don't know about your older Intel UHD Graphics 610. I couldn't find anything about its display capabilities.

    You say you have a single D-sub connector and nothing else? Well that seals it. Its a single-head graphics card.
    You can use one display. (A splitter will just show the same picture on two displays.)
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    You'd need a separate video output for each monitor. A splitter or Y cable would send the same signal to both monitors.

    You can't do that using the onboard graphics, as you have only a single VGA port. That only provides a single video signal.

    What you'd need is a graphics card with mutliple outputs. Maybe a card using the nVidia GT 710 chipset. Low, power, relatively inexpensive (in the US, $45-60 from Newegg.) Appears to be still under full driver support by nVidia. As your monitors have DVI inputs, they should be OK. (You may need to use an HDMI to DVI adapter, or adapter cable, depensing on how the graphics card is set up.)
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