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PNY graphics card: quadro 600 - dual head display adapter

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i was told by PNY support to get the quadro 600 card  (actually, two cards to support quad head).
The boards came today and i don't see how to connect 2 DVI monitors to each card.

the guy had told me i need the older "600" model because i use Adobe CS5 version software and their newer cards did not support earlier than CS6.

any suggestions for  dual head per card?

thanks!
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Do you have the version with 1 x DVI-D DL and 1 x DisplayPort outputs?
It should come with a DisplayPort to DVI-D adapter. connect the DVI-I to one monitor and the adapter to the other.  Add the supplied driver. Make sure your monitors are powered before booting the PC.
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thanks!
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