cant seem to understand how gpu's work in this scenario

by jaco   Last Updated November 14, 2017 19:01 PM

So, i have a total of 4 monitors in my house, i require all of em as i do programming and need alot of screens for deferant classes, now im getting myself a dedicated graphics card but it only has 3 ports, i know its possable that i can enable a setting in BIOS that allows both the grapics card and onboard graphics to work at the same time, now this is my question, my motherboard has 3 display connectors (HDMI, VGA and DVI) will the graphics card still do every thing it should (increse rendering speed/ frames on games) regardless on what screen its connected to? I realy want to use the 4rth screen as it will come in handy, but i have to plug one connector into the motherboard, will this effect performance at all? having both drivers enabled? please explain how this works because I cant seem to understand if the connector is, the "Better Frames" / "Faster Rendering" is going to? or if it just works overall monitors regardless where its connected?



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