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yes, this model has the fan, however I will warn you it's not the quietest of fans, it has a horrible whine when in operation. If you have the space I would recommend the silent version.
By Mr. B. Wicks on 11 July 2014
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According to Nvidia the Asus GeForce 210 will only support 2 monitors at any one time. A quick trawl through Google and you'll see that some people claim to have had it working with 3 monitors, but they can't backup their claims with any detail. If you want to run 3 monitors, then either get 2 of these cards or look to… see more According to Nvidia the Asus GeForce 210 will only support 2 monitors at any one time. A quick trawl through Google and you'll see that some people claim to have had it working with 3 monitors, but they can't backup their claims with any detail. If you want to run 3 monitors, then either get 2 of these cards or look to getting a GeForce GTX 590 which can support 3 monitors on one card. see less
By EmyrB on 27 April 2014
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Yes it is.
By Ken Eldridge on 07 March 2014
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I have a Compac ( made by HP) computer with W7 operating two monitors. More recently I bought a Dell desktop i3 CPU with W8 & ordered the same card works two monitors with no problem in fact much to my surprise the original VGA output ran a third monitor with some minor adjustments.Just the job for trading the forex ma… see more I have a Compac ( made by HP) computer with W7 operating two monitors. More recently I bought a Dell desktop i3 CPU with W8 & ordered the same card works two monitors with no problem in fact much to my surprise the original VGA output ran a third monitor with some minor adjustments.Just the job for trading the forex market! Be aware if using older moitors with only VGA you will need one adaptor see less
By Mr T. on 24 June 2014
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i dont know and no you will not need a converter it, it comes with a vga port.
By ian leary on 13 February 2014
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Yes I put one in about two months ago was easy to install. Have had no problems with it. Hope this helps
By john m ahern on 20 July 2014
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It sounds like you have a driver issue (are the correct drivers for your Q35 chipset installed?). To answer the question though, yes, this graphics card can drive a 1440x900 resolution.
By Fela Maslen on 16 October 2015
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I fitted this to my small form factor machine after exchanging the bracket with a smaller one which I purchased at the same time for an extra £4 plus. However, you do lose the VGA connector as a result of the change-over so check your monitor to determine which type of connection this has. Hope this helps!!
By Amazon Customer on 03 March 2015
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Will it affect your display monitor? Answer, NO. Why would it? All you're doing is sending the same signal to your monitor and to your tv.
Will it affect your mouse control? Answer, NO. How could a graphics card possibly alter your mouse, or how it works?
Thats like asking if wearing socks will affect your appetite. B… see more
Will it affect your display monitor? Answer, NO. Why would it? All you're doing is sending the same signal to your monitor and to your tv.
Will it affect your mouse control? Answer, NO. How could a graphics card possibly alter your mouse, or how it works?
Thats like asking if wearing socks will affect your appetite. Basically, it doesn't make any sense. see less

By Mr. David Murphy on 09 February 2014
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1. If your machine is either a Mini Tower or a Desktop, its motherboard should, if original, incorporate a PCI Express x 1 card slot, which will accept the Asus graphics card. More information is available from Dell.
By John Taylor on 06 December 2014