Posted October 03, 2018 12:02:00 If you’re looking to add a third monitor to your PC, you might want to look at the new 2D and 3D monitors.
In this guide, we’ll cover how to install two of them on your PC using the same hardware.
We’ll also walk you through how to add your own monitor stand and monitor stand attachment, and show you how to attach a 3D display.
We will also show you some tips on how to connect a USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 device to the PC and set up your own software setup.
This guide assumes you have an AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 or a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card.
Find a compatible card from the manufacturer’s website.
Open the Nvidia Control Panel and click Display tab.
In the Display tab, scroll down to Hardware and select the monitor you want to install.
Select the GPU and GPU type you want your display to support.
In our case, we selected “AMD Radeon RX 580,” “AMD Quadro FX Series,” “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060,” and “NVIDIA Quadro FX 1000.”
The 3D mode is now enabled, and we’re ready to go. 6.
Press the install button.
Your monitor should now be connected to your monitor stand.
To test it out, we’re going to open up a Unity project in Unity.
You can also go ahead and create a new project if you don’t want to use the Unity editor.
To do so, click the “New Project” button.
On the new page, click “Import File.”
From the “Import” tab, select the file you just created.
You’ll be asked for your name and location, then click OK.
When your project is created, click OK to close the project.
You’re now ready to install a third-party monitor.
1- Install the Monitor Stand 1.
Open up Unity, click File > Import File, and select “Monitor Stand” as your preferred installation path.
2- Open the “Monitor Setup” tab and click the 3D button to add the 3rd monitor.
It should now appear.
3- Connect your device to your 3D device.
In Unity, right-click the device and select Properties.
4- Click the Add button to select the 3d device you want the monitor to be connected with.
If you don´t want the device to be automatically added, click Cancel and return to the main Unity page.
5- Click OK to finish the setup.
You will now be able to use your device as a 3d display.
6- Remove the monitor and start over with the 3DMock Setup.
1) Select the device you just installed in the 3DSetup tab.
2) In the Device tab, navigate to the device by clicking the arrow next to it and selecting the device.
3) In Device Properties, click Add button.
4) Click the Remove button to remove the device from your list of available devices.
You now have a working 3D setup.
If this doesn’t work for you, please let us know in the comments.
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