Question Did i understood it correctly that Intel Celeron G5905 supports 2(3) monitors?

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Hello, i am "upgrading" a server and need two monitors connected to it with different content, one 2560x1440 and one 1920x1080. Did i understood ARK correctly that even the G5905 celeron supports it? Given the motherboard (in my case Asus PRIME H510M-R) has the outputs...

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Hello, i am "upgrading" a server and need two monitors connected to it with different content, one 2560x1440 and one 1920x1080. Did i understood ARK correctly that even the G5905 celeron supports it? Given the motherboard (in my case Asus PRIME H510M-R) has the outputs...

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Looks like it. CPU-world lists it as supporting 3 displays as well

I would expect most integrated graphics nowadays to be capable of at least 3 display outs
 
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I am a bit confused here, as I never heard of someone using a Celeron in a server. I know of mainly Xeons/Epycs and Threadrippers, and sometimes Ryzens or Core i7/i9. But I suppose it depends on the type of server. What are you trying to do on this server?
 

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I am a bit confused here, as I never heard of someone using a Celeron in a server. I know of mainly Xeons/Epycs and Threadrippers, and sometimes Ryzens or Core i7/i9. But I suppose it depends on the type of server. What are you trying to do on this server?
just LAN server without real load except emails, file server, print server, azure copy. Such things. Can't even handle webcam properly even Intel having good codec. Weird stuff. Why to even release it. I seen load of notebooks and SFFs in budget segment with it but you cannot literally work on it at all.
Can't be efficient to release such CPU especially having all those pentiums.
 

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