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Multiple monitors

I need to work on graphic apps like CorelDraw and CAD apps like AutoCad, sometimes at the same time. I currently use my tablet PC with another monitor as extended desktop. I want to put together a desktop machine, preferably with an AMD 64 CPU. Which Graphics card will serve my purpose best? Gaming performance is not an issue. (The ATI Radeon Xpress 200 chipset supports 2 monitors, but the only motherboard I could find based on it - MSI 480M2-IL has only a VGA out - weird)

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Windows supports up to nine monitors

Chipset support is only of interest if you want the chipset to provide the video. There are a number of video cards that have two analog ports on the back.

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The Quadro Series.
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I have had excellent results with ATI
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Not available here

The ATI FireGL workstation video cards are not available here in India. The NVidia Quadro cards are, but the prices are atrocious (equivalent of $900 or thereabouts). Will the GeForce V 9400 do the trick?

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