Multiple monitor card

Chuck, WS1L

Sorry I'm late to the topic...

I had a similar issue when a Windows 10 update broke the drivers for my on-board video.  I went from 3 monitors to one.  After looking over the price of a new PC I went and got this:

ZOTAC GeForce GT 710 1GB DDR3 PCI-E2.0 DL-DVI VGA HDMI Passive Cooled Single Slot Low Profile Graphics Card (ZT-71301-20L)

It fit in the slots on my PC, it had W10 support, and it had three outputs - VGA, DVI and HDMI.  I've got all three active once again.  Installation was very simple.  Took longer to download and update the drivers then to install.  

Cost today is $47.  Free prime shipping.  It does say that it requires a larger power supply, but a bit of work with an on-line PC power supply calculator revealed mine had plenty of headroom.  

73 de Chuck, WS1L

Chuck Chandler

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