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what graphics card is best for my 3 monitor set up

Hello - i currently run a 2 monitor set up and am planning to buy a cintiq. I would like to keep both monitors in addition to the cintiq as i will not always be using it. I currently run a geforce gtx 460 and am looking to upgrade a bit but within reason. I primarily use this computer for photoshop and illustrator, although i do play some games on it. I am not looking to overclock, just need a good a slight upgrade and ability to run 3 monitors.

Another post mentioned a GTX 1070, although i think the price is a bit higher than i really want to pay.

Thanks!

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Clarification Request
Maybe yours goes up to 4 monitors?
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only 2 outputs

unfortunately the 460 only outputs 2 monitors, as it mentions in that post (which is 6 years old btw =D) but thank you for the reply

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Which is why I shared a link

That detailed a 460 with quad monitor support. If you don't know what make and model that's OK.

Just shop cards and check specs.

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Gpu

What input ports do these monitors have?
What is the refresh rate of each monitor?
What is the res of each monitor?
What is the budget?

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