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Duel monitor my nvidea card has both of these connections,only the second connection which is on every card you are showing me isnt the same as my monitor connection,do i need something to go on the end of my second monitor connection or do i still need a second card?

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Which connector are you currently using? They should be white and blue.(hint: the blue is VGA, the white is DVI). If you're using the VGA connector on both monitors, you will need to purchase an DVI to VGA adapter. Fairly common and can be found online for less than $5 here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814998101

Now, if you're wanting to use two DVI monitors, you'll need to buy a video card that has two DVI connectors already on it, as you cannot convert VGA to DVI.

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