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I have a question on graphics cards.
I am looking to stream video on 3 37" TV's at the same time, and just wondering what people think would be a good fit for a graphics card.
I'm looking at a 4Gb GeForce GT740 (2 DVI and 1 mini HDMI) but, I'm just not sure if that will be powerful enough for what I'm looking to do,
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated :)
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If the TVs are 1920x1080 or less, it shouldn't be a problem. Are you sure you want 2xDVI And 1 mini HDMI? There are cards with multiple HDMI outs. You could also go for two cards and SLI them together. A pair of GPUs with 2 HDMI outs won't be hard to find at all.
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