A typical Graphic Processing Unit (GPU) provides 7 video output ports while 5 of them are capable to output the display at the same time. Usually a graphic card is designed with fixed output, either HDMI/DVI or DisplayPort. Once the design is fixed, there is very limited flexibility for an end-user to re-configure the display mode. With the help of Diodes Incorporated Video Switch solutions, a more flexible display configuration can be implemented that allows you to have 2 DisplayPorts outputs or 1 Dual-Link DVI especially for UHD display, which can be manually configured by application software, or automatically by HPD detection. This feature enables the end-user to freely use the graphic card especially for multi-screen applications, for example, commercial trading system or high-end gaming environment.