I have this MOBO: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/Z170-A-PRO.html#hero-overview
hanikhattab100: Yes, lots of ways:
USB monitor and its software
USB external video adapter and its software
Matrox dual or triple Head2Go box for more screens from one cord. Not a splitter!
Another computer's screen, linked through ethernet or even wireless network and software on both like MaxiVistA or ZoneScreen or others.
Then you could always buy a $15 card on ebay…
No, although that motherboard has both VGA and DVI connectors, the specifications clearly state that the onboard graphics can only drive one video output at a time.
You're probably just stuck with a splitter that would only show the same thing on both monitors.
If you have to ask this question than you probably don't really need two screens.