|01 Jan 2013||#3|
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Can't be done, not and have your screen extended across them all. DVI including dual link will only supply one video signal. You could split it but one monitor would be a clone of the other. There are USB Video cards that would let you add a third monitor. I've never used one so I have no idea how well they perform.
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