2 DVI outouts of AMD Phenom l1x61075t 3.0 GHz upgraded

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Is it worth to upgrade my new computer?

The computer I want to buy is an Amd phenom  I1X6 1075t 3.0 GHz Processor and I wanted to upgrade the motherboard but first want to hear your views before I do it.

This is because I don’t know whether it will make any difference will it be able to give me 2 DVI outputs when I upgrade it or I can use other devices which will be able to give me the same results.

Please give your suggestions. they are responding as they produce a funny sound.

What could be the problem please help

 

 

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2 DVI outouts of AMD Phenom l1x61075t 3.0 GHz upgraded

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The processor that your chose does not have integrated graphics in it, therefore whether you choose that or another one, it wouldn't have any effect as far as how many DVI outputs you have.

This would be entirely dependent on the kind of motherboard you have, if in case you're planning on using integrated graphics, or the kind of graphics card you'll be using, since this will be the device that gives you the video output if you're going to be using a discrete graphics card.

Any recent CPU should be able to handle the demands of recent graphics cards. Just make sure your new motherboard supports that graphics card you use and if you prefer to have 2 DVI ports, then get a graphics card that has that. See to it that it also has the software to allow you to be able to use both.

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2 DVI outouts of AMD Phenom l1x61075t 3.0 GHz upgraded

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Yes, you can upgrade your computer or motherboard as it is the requirement and you can update it so to get a better result on your work. If you decided to change your motherboard then this is a nice decision but i will tell you that you need a new one in this case you need to sell the old one and purchase a new one it will be more reliable and will provide more support to your daily life work.

If you need to get a better output then you can even change the motherboard and if you want to make the whole thing a new one then you need to get a new computer also. DVI is a special card that is a VGA card if you want to buy a DVI card it is available in markets also you can buy one as per your requirements and if it supports your monitor. I hope this info will help you to make a decision.
 

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2 DVI outouts of AMD Phenom l1x61075t 3.0 GHz upgraded

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I haven't heard any motherboard that has two DVI output support, it might be possible to use a video card that has a low power wattage that it needs but don't necessarily mean that it is using DVI but rather VGA only. There are many ways to dual output your CPU but it is possible also using HDMI and VGA together but it will certainly conflict if both the DVI and HDMI is run together.

Buy a motherboard that has VGA, DVI and HDMI on the back panel or simply a video card that supports all three.

Most video cards that supports the three ports are usually using PCIe 16 type of ports so make sure that if you buy a video card, buy that supports this one.

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