"Even better, according to the review ""AMD 785G chipset. ASUS M4A785TD-V motherboard under the spotlight"", thanks to DVI and HDMI out, ""dual digital displays can be driven concurrently"", so you don't have to use the analog VGA connector (unless of course you want to use an old CRT monitor).
And in order to get the ""one long screen"" select the option ""Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor"" as opposed to clone mode."
"Most onboard video chipsets only allow one connection to be used at a time. The multiple ports are there for flexibility. So, you can use either DVI or VGA.
If you would like dual monitors, you most likely will need to pick up a PCI-E video card to add to the computer. Then you could hook up one monitor to the DVI or VGA of the motherboard and the other monitor to the PCI-E video card.
Just noticed this has HDMI also. Looks like you can on this model with HDMI and DVI/VGA(one or the other)?"