I have the 3 BenQ GW2270 monitors and a Gigabyte Z87-HD3 Intel Z87 Motherboard.
I want to be able to connect all three monitors to a digital port, but my motherboard only has 1 X HDMI, 1 X DVI and 1 X VGA. I notice most of the motherboards and graphics cards I've looked at have three display ports but only 2 are digital. I have them connected to my motherboard using the three different connection types.
How can I get around this, other than spending quite a lot on a new motherboard or high spec graphics card? I only use my PC for general usage and no gaming. The display of these monitors is 1920 X 1080 so nothing intense. The reason for this is so that I have a consistent picture across all three monitors.
Could I get two graphics cards with one or two digital ports on each? Maybe something like this
What about a DMS graphics card which would use this kind of splitter?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.