Low Profile Video Card that can handle three monitors

Low Profile DesktopHi,
 
 I am looking for a video card that can handle three monitors and fit into a small desktop PC like pictured.
 This computer is for business use (not gaming).

 In the past, I used to be able to buy a PCI video card (that has two ports or one port with pig tail) that will work with existing on-board card (usually VGA) so I can have three monitors. These days computers do not come with PCI slot anymore.

 The PCI-e video cards do not work with existing on-board ports as you know.
 I know I could use USB-to-video device, but I am looking for a low profile video card for now.
 
 Can you recommend one?

Thanks.
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Dariusz TykaConnect With a Mentor ICT Infrastructure Specialist Senior Commented:
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Scott CConnect With a Mentor Senior Systems EnginerCommented:
Take a look at this one.  https://www.amazon.com/PNY-DisplayPort-Profile-PCI-Express-VCNVS510DVI-PB/dp/B00AE0EP0C

It will handle up to 4 monitors.
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sgleeAuthor Commented:
@Dariusz Tyka

Thanks for the product link. But when I look at the height (5.7") of the video card, I wonder how it can fit into the computer below (Dimensions (W x H x D)  3.7 x 10.6 x 11.7" ) unless you use a low profile braket and when you do that, where do you keep VGA connector?

http://www.microcenter.com/product/487791/ProDesk_400_G4_Desktop_Computer
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sgleeAuthor Commented:
@Scott,

 Thanks for the info. Although it is out of my price range, it is good to know that you can do 4 monitors using mini display ports.
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sgleeAuthor Commented:
Brackets@Dariusz Tyka
I just spoke to EVGA tech support and they confirmed that it comes with two brackets as seen in the picture. It will  occupy two slots.
This will work. Thank you.
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Scott CSenior Systems EnginerCommented:
Nice.  I never thought of using the VGA in a different slot.  I was just thinking one slot.  I'll keep that in my bag of tricks for the future.
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