Probably you have passive DP to DVI adapters. You need at least one active DP to DVI adapter.
So I went back to the store and replaced a passive DP to DVI adapter to a Active DP to DVI (that thing is expensive BTW) the tech at the store confirmed this should solve the issue. Came back home and installed it. Now the monitor with the active adapter is does not come up connected in windows 10 it doesn't even appear on the list as with the passive one it did. the Monitor with the passive adapter and the direct DVI connection are on. To make things worst I did an update on windows 10 and now the option menu in Display does not have the dropdown menu anymore to see monitor connectivity......
one odd thing to mention. When the Windows 10 update was happening (when you see the blue screen with the percentage of the update). the monitor with direct DVI connection turns off and the one with the active adapter is on. this is the only time I saw it on.
Update: I got it working!!! I forgot to mentioned 2 of my DVI cables are Single link DVI-D and one of them is DVI-D DUAL link. The Third screen ONLY works when I use the PASSIVE adapter with the DUAL cable. Any other way I use the dual link cable does not work.
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It is strange because you don`t need dual link DVI connection for 1920x1080 resolution. DVI single link can support up to 1920x1200 without any problems.
It is not a bad idea to reinstall your GPU driver now:
1.Leave only one monitor for this operation
3.Then reboot and plug your remained monitors one by one,checking at each step, that win10 has installed correct driver for each monitor