Have an older Asus premium motherboard running 4 GB ram. Putting in a new 1GB ATI/Radeon video card with 3 separate monitor ports/hookups right now.
Is it possible to run two entirely separate screens, say Firefox on one and Windows 7 on another, at the same time, each showing on two separate monitors with only one hard drive (2TB 7200 Seagate) installed?
Or do I have to install TWO video cards (motherboard has this capability) and run the crossfire type thing to get this to happen?
I’ve researched this to death and can’t find a ‘non geek/ultratech/way above MY head answer anywhere?!