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Old 03-08-2006, 05:18 AM   #11 (permalink)
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bear in mind though, a 17" CRT is about the size of a house, so if you have limited desk space then you'll want an LCD. If space is not a problem, then do what the Major suggested.
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Most desks are designed to hold a CRT, so that's never really a problem.
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Is for me. I have a load of files, a printer/scanner (which is huge) and a small desk. I was just pointing out that CRT's are not small . I had a 15 inch one which left me with very little space to move stuff around.
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now that connesctor is a d-sub i think my video card has a d sub but isnt a dvi cord better quality should or are they the same.
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