If a desktop, almost any PCI card will do. Try Newegg.com and some PCI FX5200 card. Should be cheap.
Hi, I have a 1 month old Dell E510 running Windows XP Home on a Pent. D 2.8 chip and 2 GB of RAM. My current video card as listed on the computer is the RADEON X300 SE 128MB HyperMemory (listed on Packing Slip as 128MB ATI Hyper Mem PCI-E X16 X300SE, DIM).
I run trading applications, strictly 2D, no gaming and need to add a 3rd monitor. I need speed and clarity in a video card but not a lot of bells and whistles. I currently run 2 monitors and connect one via the digital (white) connector and one via the analog (blue) connector (the digital is a bit crisper on text). I was told when I bought the system I could run only 1 monitor w/ the 2 card options offered so I got the cheapest, planning to replace it. That was false, I can run 2, but don't know how to run any more.
So my question: Could anyone suggest a good video card that will allow me to run a total of 3 monitors without breaking the bank?
Oh, all my monitors are the Dell 1907FPC.
Thanks for any help you can give!