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New build. Trying to get dual monitors working with Nvidia GT 640 2GB. Help would be much appreciated.

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Hey all,


I'm trying to get an HDMI monitor and a VGA monitor to play nice with each other to eventually have a dual monitor set up. Is this doable with the Nvidia GT 640 2GB card? I've heard some things about people having trouble getting dual monitors to work with VGA being one of the connections. I'll have to go out and buy a whole new monitor if I can't get it working.


Any suggestions would be much appreciated.




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Edit:  Sorry, just re-read your post.  I haven't tried my card with VGA or HDMI.  Both monitors are connected via DVI.  Sorry.



Definitely doable.




Under 10.8 and 10.9 make sure that you have:


in your org.chameleon.Boot.plist


You shouldn't need anything else.

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