Hello, I recently purchased an HP Pavilion 17-e112dx laptop. I wanted to hook up an external monitor to it, so I purchased an HP 21.5" LED, model E221 running at 1920 x 1080, and it's working out great. I have it plugged into the HDMI port on the laptop. I also have a VGA port on the laptop, so I figured, why not hook up another monitor? I am wanting to purchase another E221 monitor to hookup to this extra video port, and run the two 21.5 inchers side by side with the laptop display turned off.
My questions are, will running two large monitors at full 1080 resolution be too hard on my processor and video processor, and cause enough of a slowdown where it wouldn't be worth it? The laptop has an Intel Core i3 running at 2.6 Ghz, 4GB of RAM, and the graphics processor is an Intel HD Graphics 4600. Also, would it be ok to close the lid of my laptop while running these two monitors, or would that cause an overheating issue? It doesn't seem like any air is pulled through the keyboard for ventilation, and I do use a cooling pad on the laptop.
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