Analogue or DVI

  Dumble452 11:10 08 Jan 05

I note that most TFT monitors come with D Sub (analogue) connectors rather than DVI. Since TFT monitors are digital machines this seems rather strange. When I built my computer I made sure that my graphics card had a DVI connector as well as analogue. Now that I am considering purchasing a TFT monitor, does it really matter which I choose?

  g0nvs 12:47 08 Jan 05

Yes It does.

  freaky 19:02 08 Jan 05

You want to buy a Flat Panel that has a DVI connector, otherwise you will not be able to use the DVI output from your Graphics Card.

This would result in a detioration of display and possible ghosting.

  Totally-braindead 19:05 08 Jan 05

I believe it does make a difference but I've just bought a cheap TFT which only has the Dsub and the pictures great. I suggest you read the last PC Advisor where they reviewed TFTs and mention some monitor that even without a DVI connector give excellent pictures.

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