ScottyAGThere seems to be some confusion as to whether these cards can actually support 3 monitors simultaneously. Do all models of the 710 support 3 monitors? Or are there just certain flavors that do. I have gone through 3 different cards (none were EVGA GT 710's) & yet to have one support 3 monitors. I have VGA/DVI inputs on 2 Planar flat screens & I have one Viewsonic that can by either HDMI or VGA. I want to run the 2 Planar's on the VGA & DVI ports & the Viewsonic on the HDMI port AT ONCE/AT THE SAME TIME. Can anyone give a definitive answer? And if not, which EVGA cards support true 3 or multi-monitor support. Desperate to get this working. And very frustrated. Thanks in advance for a solid answer.
chillifunkHi, I am also about to purchase the EVGA GT 710 for a triple monitor set-up, from the information on this thread I probably should not have any problems but just to be sure, will these 3 monitors work ok, IN EXTENDED MODE? 1) Dell UltraSharp U2414H 23.8 inch Widescreen IPS LCD Monitor (1920 x 1080) Connection: HDMI (GT710) to HDMI (Screen) 2) Dell UltraSharp U2414H 23.8 inch Widescreen IPS LCD Monitor (1920 x 1080) Connection: DVI (GT710) to HDMI (Screen) (via adapter cable) 3) Fairly Old 17" Dell Flat Panel. Connection: VGA (GT710) to VGA (Screen) Thanks
cantorreHi,I have a question about audio over DVI and HDMI If I connect 2 TVs to this video card (btw does it matter whether its 1gb or 2gb if I just watch movies?), one with HDMI-HDMI cable, the other with DVI-HDMI cable, will both TVs get sound?
EVGATech_AdamBsay, they wanted to use a VGA to HDMI adapter and that type of configuration does not always work.
luespinozaEVGATech_AdamBsay, they wanted to use a VGA to HDMI adapter and that type of configuration does not always work.Hey Adam, I have this exact problem. I am connecting a monitor through the VGA port, and a TV through a VGA to DVI adapter to the DVI port of a GT 710 card at work. But I can't detect, the TV and I can't make it work. I already update drivers and everything is setup properly.
twizotteReally old post, but helping someone with a similar issue. He is using Samsung 24 inch, DVI-D--- VGA adapter (can be full 1080, but I even tried to turn that down)LG 23 inch HDMIToshiba 42 inch (1080p) TV (long story) GT710 Card.
ConductorSimilar to the above. I'm adding a 2nd Apple Cinema 30" monitor (2560x1600). This is the only card that seems to still have two DVI ports. Will this GT710 card run BOTH monitors on my Windows system?
Jim.CSorry to revive this old thread yet again, but I'm having an issue driving two identical HP 27" monitors at 2560 x 1440 resolution. The GT710 I have is the one with two DVI and one mHDMI output. Based on the prior comments above, my total resolution of 2x2560x1440 is within the maximum total resolution; but I'm only able to do 2560x1440 on one of the monitors, and 1920x1080 on the second one simultaneously. I am attempting to use the two DVI outputs to drive these 2 monitors. There is no 3rd monitor.I should also add, this is running on Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS, and not on Windows. Any advice you can give would be helpful.
Jim.CAdditional information: I'm using Nvidia's GK208B driver for GeForce GT710, for Ubuntu. from the driver metapackage nvidia-driver-435.