When I first built my computer I couldn't afford a GPU at the time and my motherboard does not have an integrated GPU. So temporarily I purchased a cheap $50 graphics card just to hook my two monitors up to. Later when I could finally afford a better GPU and after I purchased it I realized it only had one HDMI port and four display ports. Both my monitors only accept HDMI ports. At the time I can't afford to buy the converter until next month so in the meantime I have both GPUs installed and I have one monitor hooked up to the new GPU and the other monitor hooked up to the old GPU. I'm wondering how this affects the performance of my new GPU. And by switching one app over to another monitor and vice versa does it take over between the two GPUs. I'm wondering if I should disable my old GPU while I'm trying to game on my new GPU. And if I'm running a game on my monitor that's hooked up to my new GPU and then I move the screen over to the monitor that's hooked up to the old GPU dose the old GPU takeover the game, how does this work exactly.