EVGATech_JoseRI can confirm that the 1650 will only handle 3 displays. Some cards come with a basic installation guide and the manuals we do have available are for hybrid cooler or water block installations on certain models.
z999z3mystorysas far as I know, no Nvidia card supports more than 4 monitors from a single card. I found this in regards to getting a bunch of monitors working at once: some of the options involve things like display hubs, others involve AMD eyefinity cards. At the very least, if you want more than 3 displays on that card, it'll need some sort of hub and perhaps software that will make say, 2+ 1080p monitors appear as a 4k monitor. even if the card can put out the needed number of pixels to drive that many displays, connections and software limitations may make that hard at best. However simplest option is to have 2 cards, provided your motherboard has options for that. If some of those monitors are just going to be used for low stress tasks like web browsing, the second card could be fairly cheap (or both, depending on your needs)
TJBluesEVGATech_JoseRI can confirm that the 1650 will only handle 3 displays. Some cards come with a basic installation guide and the manuals we do have available are for hybrid cooler or water block installations on certain models. So JoseR please help me understand this 3 displays only. Do your DisplayPorts not support more than one display with MST? I can get 1080p Monitors with DisplayPort V1.2 (like the ViewSonic VP2468) that Daisy Chain up to 4 monitors off of one connection to a DisplayPort on a graphics card. Are you saying your graphics cards do not support MST 1.2 or 1.4?