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The second and more desirable method (for the gamer) is to simply add another video card to your system. From within windows you can assign a primary video device and away you go.
For the purposes of this article I will start off by explaining Nvidia's implementation of dual monitors "TwinView" and then dive into the process of adding a second video card to your system and how it differs from Nvidia's TwinView.
For those of you in the market for a dual monitor MX card Inno3D has a 64MB version.