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Need to connect 2 displays to Vision Tek RADEON X1300256 card

A VTX1300256SFF was purchased so that a user could use dual monitors. However, there is no Y-cable type dongle included to split the DVI connector. Is there one available to buy? If not, how do I split the output from the card to two monitors?

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You probably should have gotten a card that had Dual DVI because it will be two separate outputs instead of one... I would take it back and get the correct Graphics Card.

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