Originally posted by: nVideOn lol thank you for the no reply. I guess I need an active adaptor to make the 3rd output to work.
According to AMD you do require an active DisplayPort adapter for the 3rd monitor.
AMD Eyefinity FAQs
What are the basic requirements for connecting multiple displays?
Connecting multiple monitors for AMD Eyefinity technology couldn’t be simpler. There are four easy rules to remember:
1. The first two monitors can connect to the graphics card with any display output on your product: HDMI, VGA, DVI or DisplayPort.
2. The third (or greater) display must be connected to the graphics card via DisplayPort.
3. If your monitor does not have a DisplayPort connection, you will need an inexpensive active DisplayPort adapter for it. DVI to DP adapters can be had for less than $30 USD.
4. Every family of GPUs supports a different maximum number of displays.
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