Quote: Originally Posted by UnknownReverent
The only way to connect two graphics cards is to have an SLI card. Both of the cards have to be the same as well. Example: GTX 670 and another GTX 670. If either of the cards have dual DVI or VGA then you can connect two monitors to one of them.
No, sli isn't needed in this situation. Sli is used to run multiple cards to run a single monitor for better gaming performance. Sli and nvidia surround is used to create a spanned single desktop out of multiple monitors for gaming, usually 3 screens otherwise the middle of your game would be at the bezel of the 2 monitors.
One gtx460 can run run 2 monitors by itself.
Cratius needs to tell us what monitors he has so we can determine what connections are available.
He also needs to tell us exactly why he wants those 2 cards in the machine.