Topic Title: Can I connect 3 HDTV's
Topic Summary: I am not being lazy, I have searched the AMD and the forum
Created On: 01/10/2014 10:59 AM
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Hello I have a HD7870 2GB GPU, I have a HDTV and can connect via the DVI using my adapter, there is also a HDMI port...

If it makes a difference to my question I am running 6GB ram, 2.7GHZ Quad Core.. I only use my PC to play driving sims.

To summarise there is 1 x DVI, 1 x HDMI, 2 x MDP... I want to connect 3 HDTV TV monitors which each have 2 HDMI slots and 1 VGI display port.

I want to buy 2 more HDTV's of the exact same model... Do I simply connect up using the spare display ports? If so I would have this config

1 to HDMI

1 to DVI (using my adapter)

1 to MDP (I will buy an adapter)

Is it as simple as that? I have read about daisy chains, connecting all through one port etc and I just get confused. All the AMD site says is that its OK to use 1 HDTV and 2 monitors...

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