11-23-2008 10:44 AM
11-23-2008 07:39 PM
The power supply in that unit is only 220 watts, and its very hard to come by in that variety of PCI-e x1. If you do find one, chances are it is not going to function in a stable manner. Its also going to cost you a big chunk of money to purchase one as well.
They do sell adapters in the USB variety that allow you to connect an external monitor. I cannot mention any places or brand names here because of the rules on the forums.
Another thing you can try is a VGA splitter. I am a little unclear on its use if you could actually use 2 monitors at once with this or if its just one device or the other.
Hopefully the GS or someone else with the knowledge could chime in with an extra few pointers as well.
11-24-2008 06:57 AM
Thanks, I'll keep looking.
Unclear on the USB adapter comment whether you might be referring to a USB to VGA cable?
And the VGA cable splitter is under consideration at the moment actually. Will try to post w/any updates.
Also, where is the info on the power supply from?
11-24-2008 12:28 PM