|Alright, I am building a new rig, and I plan on using it for media production work like photoshop and 3d max AND gaming. |
I was thinking of using two monitors, one for gaming, and the other for the work I do, (but mostly for 3d max) I was thinking maybe I could buy a quadro and a geforce gpu, and assign each to a single monitor.
Should I do this or should I buy a single, powerful GPU to handle both monitors? The computer I have now has a nvidia geforce fx 5200, but it is able to handle light work on 3d max and games with only some lag. (not graphic intensive ) So it should make sense that a very strong, single GPU should be fine, at least for my purposes at the moment. Or am I wrong and it would still lack in performance?
If so, is it recommended that I pursue the former? In that case, what should I look for in the specs of my gpu's and motherboards for a dual monitor setup(that assigns a gpu to each), and what kind of work should i expect to do to make this work?