How to determine graphics card supports 5 monitors simultaneously?

The presence of the 5 outputs can guarantee 5 monitors? Well, conventionally, there are 5 outputs — this may mean that the graphics card can simultaneously hold and display 5 monitors?
March 23rd 20 at 19:34
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March 23rd 20 at 19:36
No, not guaranteed, because some outputs may not be independent.
Plus, with the growing number of supported outputs simultaneously increasing the price and decreasing choice. In addition, boards with more than three outputs can be odd sets of output types, which have, or monitors specifically pick, or adapters to buy.

Therefore, when there is no requirement to only use one connector on the motherboard, it is preferable to use two video cards, having either 2 and 3 or 3 and 3 port, respectively. It will be cheaper and more reliable in terms of cooling.
I like the insertions (built-in video from Intel i5-6400 ) , and there are 3 outputs , all of them are active , that is, I have 3 monitors .
If I put 2 video , in which 2-3 outputs , and онb for example will be different manufacturers and different brands , in this case, it's all one workspace , as now I have , or it will be 2 independent from each other region in which one region for example the browser has no drag and a different workspace ? - rodger commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:39
@rodger, there is no "workspace", if you chose to extend your desktop to one or another monitor you can drag. Brand doesn't matter. Although I would, for convenience, I would buy two of the same. - elsa_Friesen commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:42
March 23rd 20 at 19:38
No, it does not.
See the specifications for the video card on the manufacturer's website, they write the maximum supported number of monitors.
what series of graphics cards to rely and focus , please tell me - rodger commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:41

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