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Dual display will i get signals from my on board and my video card at the same time if i enable the dual display support on my a7s8mx-mx motherboard? can i connect two monitor at the same time?

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On some bios's, you can turn on both your onboard video card and keep that enabled while using the other monitor. However i reccomond you buy a video card that supports a dual monitor system without need for tweaking. Otherwise the simple answer for your issue is no and will require much more work than a conventional dual monitor system.

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