Hello everyone! I am in need of a little help running 3 monitors on my PC. My current hardware only allows me to hook up one monitor. So as I understand it this will mean I can go one of two routes: 1. get a new video card that can support 3 monitors, or 2. keep the one I have and get a video card that can support 2 monitors and used one of my available PCI slots. A little info about my hardware: P4 2.4 GHz 3.5 GB RAM 750W Power Supply NVidia Vanta/Vanta LT graphics card AsRock MoBo P4V88 From the AsRock user manual it reads: 1 AGP slot, supports 1.5V, 8X/4X AGP card I don't know what the 8X/4X means. Can someone explain this to me? Also from the manual in regards to the PCI slots it reads: 5 slots with PCI Specification 2.2. Can someone explain what specification 2.2 is? My concern is buying something my computer cannot support. In terms of performance I don't need a powerhouse graphics card. I do not do any PC gaming, I am not a graphics developer. I really just need the 3 monitors to display 3 websites at a time. I would also like my new graphics card to be able to handle video better, like Utube videos. My current one seems to struggle. Thanks in advance for any help, info, advice, and recommendations.