yes, Sam.. I meant to include a dual DVI... just didn't know how to "find" that... wasn't seeing anything in the description so I thought perhaps that was standard now... my Dell is a dual and yet it has a single port that has a splitter which send the image to two monitors... thanks for having a look at it. Anything else?
No, don't get a quad DVI card, waste of money unless your motherboard is proprietary/old and doesn't have an available PCI Express slot, or it has on-board video and you can't match the chipset. Hopefully neither is the case, in which case just buy a second cheap card (~$60) with the same chipset (nvidia, amd) and you'll be fine.
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I just use 2 monitors. One is for trading, which has my charts and DOM. The other has some other markets I watch but don't trade and a Windows Media Player streaming CNBC as well as a trading chat room I hang out in during the morning. And go big: you're probably better off with 2 large monitors (26"-28") than 3 normal-sized (20"-22") monitors, and no extra video card needed.