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Multiple monitors -Asus Zenbook 15

System: Asus Zenbook 15ux534f
Battery or AC: AC
Model: above
Frequency of occurrence: n/a
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Detailed description: Just bought this and description on Asus site says has Navidia gtx 650 graphics card- checked before purchased on Navidia site that this card supports multiple independent monitors and it said 'yes'. Got the laptop and it will only support one and tried hdmi lead splitter but of course only get 2 of the same screen. Tried usb to hdmi adaptor and adaptor for all relevant ports and it will not show the 2nd additional screen independently as 'screen 3'.
As far as I can tell, the windows 10 system is telling me I in fact have an 'intel (r) uhd graphics card installed.
Help please as I need to have 2 separate independent monitors working.
Many thanks.

Community Legend II
Hello Laurance,
Just to clarify the hardware specification of your laptop,
The Nvidia card is your dGPU and Intel card is your iGPU. So you have 2 GPU.
The type C port of your laptop model does not support display export. That is why the adaptors are not working.
Thank you.