Sabakusousou, have you contacted Dell or asked this question on one of their forums yet? When it comes to laptops/notebooks, most of the time, you can find the answers to your questions much easier/quicker than you would be able to here.
The FirePro M6000 may be able to support up to 6 displays but the "M6000" that is inside your M6700 laptop may not be reference design and therefore may not be able to support that configuration.
Tackle graphics-intensive tasks.
Handle 3D modeling and other graphics-intensive jobs with next-gen AMD® or NVIDIA® graphics options, and take in the view with support for up to five displays when docked
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Handle 3D modeling and other graphics-intensive jobs with next-gen AMD® or NVIDIA® graphics options, and take in the view with support for up to five displays when docked.
Whether you're a digital artist or an engineer working with complex graphics elements, you'll benefit from the Dell Precision M6700's graphics options.
• AMD and NVIDIA graphics options enable you to run high-end graphics demands for all of your professional needs, from graphics rendering to modeling complex simulations.
• Run complicated, high-demand video projects smoothly with up to 4GB1 of dedicated video memory.
• Transfer computational demands from the CPU to the GPU. NVIDIA graphics options enable up to 1344 CUDA cores.
• Dock your system and enjoy a lager view of your work with up to five displays (four external displays plus system display)².
• Enable fast data throughput and outstanding graphics performance with professional-grade AMD FirePro graphics with PCIx x16 Gen 3 access.
1 GB means 1 billion bytes and TB equals 1 trillion bytes; significant system memory may be used to support graphics, depending on system memory size and other factors.
² Five display capability requires an AMD graphics solution. To enable three or more monitors additional adapters/dongles may be required. For more details see: http://support.amd.com/us/eyefinity/Pages/eyefinity-dongles.aspx
The opinions expressed above do not represent those of Advanced Micro Devices or any of their affiliates.
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Please don't PM me with questions, instead create a thread so that everyone can assist and benefit from the knowledge provided. Thanks in advance!
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