I recently bought a system with a GigaByte graphics card with GeForce GTX 780  and three BenQ XL2411T monitors that do 1920x1080 at 144Hz. The graphics card has 4 outputs: 2xDVI, 1xHMDI and 1xDP. The two monitors that are connected via DVI can both be run at 144Hz. The third monitor that is now connected via HDMI can only be run at 60Hz. I am using this system with a triple screen setup (for racing simulations) and as soon as I make a “combined” screen with the nvidia software, that whole screen becomes 60Hz. Not a surprise, since it has to adapt to the slowest of the three screens. I know I probably need to connect the third monitor using a DP->DVI adapter to go to 144Hz, but I’m not sure what adapter to get. I don’t care about 3D modes, 2D is just fine, but I would like to have that at 144Hz. Is that possible, and if so, what adapter do I need (an active or passive one, and which specific model)?