"The 780G series chipset is the first motherboard chipset to support up to 4 independent displays at the same time with the installation of a discrete graphics card. ATI calls this feature Multiple Display Display Cache. The ability to run four monitors is one first introduced into modern video cards by Matrox with their MMS card, but few cards today can do so. "
hate to be a pickle, but that's untrue. If you put the words AMD or ATI in there, it'll be true, as Nvidia did this back with the 6100 series motherboards. Not long ago I ran 3 monitors and a TV from my 6150 board and 7900gs.
Recommended the article be updated with proper facts so as to not mislead any uninformed new users.