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Hi there. Due to Nvidia's architecture limitation, you can only use a maximum of 2 monitors on 1 graphics card. In order to run 3 monitors you will need to SLI your 570 with another 570. This can be extreamly costly.
If you want a cheap route to get a 3rd monitor, use a USB to DVI connection on the third monitor, it's great and cheaper than buying another card if you just want a monitor for basic use and not gaming. If you want to game with it then you're going to have to SLI with another card.
*********** board has an Integrated Intel GMA X4500 graphics, maximum shared memory of 1G, it should be automatically disabled if the pcie slot detects a video card but some mother board embedded gpu runs with the pcie card unless disabled in the bios.
Do you have plans on running a SLI (Scalable Link Interface) linking two or more gpu to produce a single output on *********** board. why SLI? because you already hae a GTS 450 GPU but you cant do this configuration because *********** board has a single pcie slot.
If you have plans on running a pci gpu with your GTS 450 it should, but if you encounter any problem try manually assigning IRQ's and resources through the BIOS? I don't have this specific
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I would suggest you lower your resolution settings from your video card to your monitor. Possibly they are to high for your monitor to handle. Go into control panel to change your settings at a lower rate and see if it runs any better.
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firstly you need to have a pci express graphics card inorder to play new games. Intel chipsets are NOT for playing games!! You should get at least a Nvidia 8600gts or ati 3650 or similar to game properly- presuming that you have a pci express slot. Be warned that if you get a new graphics card dont go by the series eg, 8 series or 9 series- a 8600gts is better than a 9400gt. A nice graphics card for the money is the nvidia 9600gt. Good luck upgrading
Hi DarkPredUK. You need to check you're bios. (See below). The PCI-E card (Single video card) must be placed into slot, PCIEX16_1 as shown on page 2-3 & 2-18 in you're user manual. The bios must be set correctly as seen on page 4-26 to PCI-E first. You must have two PCI-E cards installed to run SLI mode. (They must be exactly the same graphic cards). Asus M2N-E SLI main web site/drivers, manual ect. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=M2N-E%20SLI&SLanguage=en-us
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