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Old 04-30-2018, 01:11 PM   #9
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Thanks for your help mate. Really appriciate it. Instead of DVI port, Can I use hdmi 2 input on my single monitor ? Will windows still detect it as a new monitor, may be ?

Does this solution affect the pc graphic performance & quality negatively ? I want to know if there’s a problem with running nvidia and onboard gpu at the same time ?
Yes, you should be able to use the second hdmi. The intel GPU needs to see a monitor connection in order to get turned on/activated. It doesn't care if it's hdmi, dvi, or vga, as long as there is a connection.

No problem running both at the same time, that is how many of us are doing it.

If you don't want things to pop up on the secondary monitor connection, you need to set it to a clone display, not a stretched one.
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