My system has the following graphics cards:
Intel HD 530 integrated graphics (1 x HDMI + 1 x DisplayPort)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 (3 x DisplayPort + 1 x HDMI + 1 x DVI)
AMD Radeon RX 480 (2 x DisplayPort + 2 x HDMI + 1 x DVI)
The integrated graphics supports up to 2 simultaneous displays. The Nvidia and AMD cards each support up to 4 simultaneous displays. Therefore I *could* have up to 12 individual terminals, each with 1 separate monitor.
My actual setup is 3 terminals with a total of 5 monitors:
-Terminal 1 uses HDMI from the integrated graphics
-Terminal 2 uses 3 x DisplayPort from the GTX 1080
-Terminal 3 uses a single HDMI from the RX 480.
All this running on Windows 10 Pro, with Intel i7 6700K, 64GB RAM and a 1TB Samsung SSD.
Performance is really awesome, although next time I will probably build a 8-core (or more) cpu instead, and a PCIe or M.2 SSD with 128GB RAM. The only thing I noticed is I had some issues with audio working through HDMI. Instead, I just use a USB audio adapter and each of them work absolutely great on all terminals.
Hope this helps!
station 1 connected to GTX 1080
station 2 connected to GTX 1080
station 3 connected to internal iGPx
then station 1 and 2 will each use the respective cards for gaming and the 3 card connected to internal graphics will use the build in graphics
using internal graphics for gaming is not good.
If you want to have true gaming station then have 1 card assigned per monitor(station)
if you are gaming then do not use the igfx.
Connect 1 or 2 monitor each to the graphics card depending your requirement
and in the Aster configuration assign the monitors to each seat.
Note: assign monitors connected to same graphics card to 1 seat if you are doing dual monitor setup per seat.
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