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Old 06-08-2007, 08:48 AM   #11 (permalink)
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wait is it true that geforce 8 cards only have dvi ports and no vga? Eh I dont like converters either...
cards have been coming with only DVI ports for awhile now..they always come with little adapters...there's no reason not to like them.

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yeah most havent got vga ne more. the converters are good i just fior sum reason dun like the idea of em. lol but if i had to use em i would

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vga losses qulity over long cables but over small distances nobody would nottice but dvi will become the ONLY tech for monitors in few yrs

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