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using 2 graphic cards?

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Hi I was wondering if I could use 2 graphic card on my pc. I have one SIS Prosavage on board and TNT2 AGP. I wonder if I could use it to project onto 2 monitor. If not y?
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With the 2 cards you have the answer is no.  The onboard card is using the AGP channel.  You would need a PCI video card to be able to run 2 at once.  The following link offers some explainations.

http://www.21studios.com/~gforums/printthread.php?threadid=4111
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