I've gone mad and purchased a second Dell monitor to match the one I bought a few weeks ago. I would like to connect them both via Display Port so I need to upgrade my ancient, low spec' graphics card. I'm not sure whether dual display port cards are available. If they are I guess they're going to be expensive. So presumably it would be cheaper and simpler to either get a single card and a DVI to DP converter or two cards. I presume many of you have already been down this path so would be interested to hear what solution you opted for. I don't need anything special. I don't do gaming so it's just general use. The monitors are Dell UltraSharp 1920x1200 U2412M (http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B005JN9310) and my current nVidia GTS 250 1024MB is happily powering one Dell and another 24" Acer, via DVI and VGA. Code: GPU processor: GeForce GTS 250 Driver version: 331.58 Direct3D API version: 10 CUDA Cores: 128 Core clock: 738 MHz Shader clock: 1836 MHz Memory data rate: 2200 MHz Memory interface: 256-bit Total available graphics memory: 4095 MB Dedicated video memory: 1024 MB GDDR3 System video memory: 0 MB Shared system memory: 3071 MB Video BIOS version: 62.92.7D.00.20 IRQ: 16 Bus: PCI Express x16 Gen2 The card needs to be PCIe X16 2.0 compliant. Edit: As has just been pointed out to me, at this resolution, Display Port probably isn't needed, so I could go dual DVI.