I'm new and am looking for advice for setting up my 2 x LG 22" LCD monitors and my 32" Samsung TV. The two LGs will be used as normal monitors on a desktop while the Samsung is used for media; TV shows, movies, bed-browsing etc.
I currently have a dual monitor setup consisting of one of the LGs and the Samsung and have the other LG en route. The graphics card I currently have already has two DVI slots, one of which is being used by the Samsung via a DVI to HDMI connection, the other is using an DVI to VGA adaptor to connect the LG.
I have just ordered a VGA splitter from ebay for £3 hoping that I could get 3 unique displays that way, but I have since realised I was probably being naive and will need to buy an additional graphics card.
Like the thread title suggests I am newbie when it comes to hardware and graphics cards etc, and have had to goto my device manager to find out what the graphics card is. It is:
NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM)
I have 2 questions;
1) Will my computer allow me to use 2 graphics at once?
2) Assuming yes to the first question, what is the most basic and cheapest card that I can buy to do the job?
I am of course open to any other suggestions that do not require me purchasing a new card.
I hope someone can help me with this, thanks in advance!