Quote: Originally Posted by mrdemon
install the 2nd Card, let windows do its thing, Use the main power full card for gaming and its own drivers
, should be just fine, no different too having 2 different hard drives.
Hi guys! Sorry not to post but I was awaiting hardware from Newegg that was delayed because of the holiday Monday.
It went exactly as mrdemon said. Put the old card in my other pci-e slot & Windows found what it needed. I'll do some render comparisons to see if my speeds have increased. I really hated to give up the second monitor (for the sake of increased render speeds) as it make video editing much easier on a larger screen.
I guess I can also do a separate EyeOne3 monitor setup now that I have a second card installed. EyeOne3 software has been bugging me to do so but it wasn't possible with just one graphic card, or so I read. I did try but it through my other monitor's color off. We'll see if this makes a difference.
I'm marking this as solved. Thanks everyone!