|When you install an AGP video card in the AGP slot, the onboard video is ALWAYS disabled automatically, and the bios ignores any settings in the bios regarding sharing memory installed in the mboard with the onboard video. . |
If the nVidia GeForce 6200 AGP card has only one video port, you can only run one computer monitor from it.
If an AGP video card has a VGA port and a DVI port, you can run two monitors from it
- one VGA connected, the other DVI connected
- or - two VGA connected, if you use a standard DVI-I to VGA gender adapter in the DVI port
If it has two DVI ports, you can run two computer monitors from it
- two DVI connected
- or - one DVI connected, the other VGA connected, if you use a standard DVI-I to VGA gender adapter in one DVI port
- or - two VGA connected, if you use two standard DVI-I to VGA gender adapters in the DVI ports
Or - if you use a PCI video card, when it's installed, the onboard video will NOT be disabled automatically .
You get the most versatility from both the monitors being connected to the same video adapter.