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Pros: I'm sure that it will do in the Reman-HP Business desktops
that I ordered , but I have not been able to try it
Cons: Zotac forgot to include the 2 low profile brakets in the box.
This was the only reason I bought this card.
Pros: An actual reconditioned machine. The case was fresh & repainted. The insides had a new Passive heat sink, Fan, Plastic parts looked new. Reconditioned-new Hard drive.
This machine came with a no adware, no misc. programs load of Windows 7 Pro x64
What a steal at 149.99 , and a 3 Year Limited Warranty
Cons: Did Not have any
Other Thoughts: I added a 120 GB SSD Drive, you will need a 3.5" Bracket.
Cloned OS to that , and used the 250GB drive for Data.
Made this machine a great Business Office desktop, for 209.00
Pros: MB Came with a updated bios, not even listed on the support site, layout was nice , worked like it was suppost to.
Cons: Just wanted to know , most onboard video MB do not support dual monitor setup using the onboard DVI, and HDMI ports, but I noticed that this MB lists in the spec’s that it supports VGA+DVI, DVI + HDMI, and VGA+DVI+HDMI
I have tried this with the following set up :
AMD A-10 5800 K CPU
OS= Windows 8 Pro x64
ATI Radeon Drivers newest v 12.10
My problem is when I am at the desktop, and hook up the 2nd display ( HDMI to 32” LCD TV ) the display locks up. Also when you have both hooked up the machine boots to black screen , until you disconnect the HDMI cable . I have tried different cables, changed video drivers , and am at the point where I just need to know if the specs on the board are wrong and it will not support dual monitors with just the APU, or do I still need a VideoCard to get the dual monitor setup to work.
Any help clarifying this setup would be great. I called your tech line & could not get a straight answer.
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