Question Output both dedicated GPU and integrated graphics

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This is my situation. I have a computer with Nvidia GTX 1660 (only one HDMI output) and an Intel i5-9400F. I have the GPU connected to my main screen and an USB hub connected to another TV with an HDMi cable. The thing is that I want to add another TV (an old OKI one) and I don't know how to do it.
I have already activated the CPU's onboard graphics through the BIOs and plugged the TV to the motherboard but I don't know what to do next.
Thanks in advance
 
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The 9400F doesn't have an iGPU, no F CPUs have one, even if you enable it it won't work because it's just not there.
So there's no way of adding another screen to my PC? I thought of getting another USB hub but that would be overkilling it and adding another USB connection to the computer
 
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the case don't matter. look at where you connect the hdmi, look at what other output is there

if this is how it look, the other output is just cover
https://thumb.pccomponentes.com/w-530-530/articles/29/299615/3611-pccom-silver-pro-intel-core-i5-9400f-16gb-480gbssd-1tb-gtx1660-especificaciones.jpg
Okey, now I'm feeling kinda stupid. It has three DisplayPorts but they were covered by some kind of plastic that plugs in them. The problem now is that none of my screens have DP input
 
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and what the screen have? there adapter that you can get

if you need more than 60hz read https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/how-to-connect-to-a-120-hz-display.3268285/
I have a Samsung S22F350FHU as my main screen (only 1 HDMI input), an LG 24MT49DF-PZ (a TV as my secondary screen, plugged in through an USB hub) and an old OKI TV with 1 HDMI input and 1 VGA input
I'm thinking of connecting the old OKI TV to the USB hub and getting an DP to HDMI adapter for the LG TV, but I don't know if that would be my best option
 

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