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Trying to connect monitors, four in total, to both the integrated graphics unit and discrete graphic

bluerblue25
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Trying to connect monitors, four in total, to both the integrated graphics unit and discrete graphics card simultaneously and produce four independent, no cloning, displays.

I am attempting to run two screens that are connected to the integrated graphics on the cpu and two that are connected to the gpu.

I have researched this question and the answer is, yes, it is possible but whether or not it can be done depends on the specific system.

The essentials of my build:

CPU-Intel G5400 (4M cache, 3.7 GHz)

MB-ASROCK b365m HDV

GPU-Asus GT 1030-SL-2G-BRK

RAM-32gb Timetec 2133 MHz (2x16gb)

OS-Windows 7 64-bit Professional

Most of what I have read says that the capacity of the motherboard to support this feature is the crucial factor. I believe the MB does support this. The MB has a setting for "iGPU multi-monitor." I have adjusted the applicable BIOS settings in as many ways as I can think to but with no success yet.

Does the CPU support this?

Do I need to install an additional driver for the CPU?

Thanks everyone
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AlHill
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What you need to do is to check if the motherboard allows integrated and discrete to operate at the same time.  This is typically a bios parameter.  Check with asrock if this motherboard supports this bios setting.

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

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