Currently I have dual monitors on my desk running just fine, and my big screen tv hooked up as well... but am unable to view all three at once. So what I currently do to watch movies and such is just mirror my main monitor and my TV while essentially "disconnecting" the secondary monitor. However, I want to keep this same setup (2 monitors, 1 tv) but add a third desktop monitor. I would like three independent monitors running at once, with the ability to "disconnect" one of them and utilize the tv as a monitor for movies etc... here is the problem. I have a gpu that only supports two outputs at once (hence why i disconnect one monitor to watch stuff on the tv) what is the cheapest way to go about this? So to recap Currently: have 2 independent monitors w/ability to switch over to TV Want: 3 independent monitors w/ability to switch over to TV My motherboard is the Asus M4A87TD/USB3 it has a single PCI Express 2.0 x 16 and three PCI slots GPU GTX 460 Can I just buy a cheap video card and add it to a PCI slot? If I do this will it allow me to run 3 monitors independent of each other? Also, I am not opposed to buying a new GPU in the $200 or less range that will support 3 monitors...just want them all on at the same time obviously and have the ability to switch over to the TV when needed (so technically 4 monitors need to be connected I guess, but only 3 at once is what I would like).