Re: On attempting to play PS3 through a monitor.
I don't think you can do a direct conversion from composite video to VGA.
For that you need something like
StarTech.com Composite and S-Video to VGA Video Converter for Computer Monitors Video converter
The cable you have is most likely intended for a device sending VGA via rca adaptors and wanting to connect to something with a D-Sub input.
Unless the PS3 does send VGA. . .I don't know. If you are using the rca outputs that are intended to go directly to a TV then it will not work by simply sending then thru the cable converter you posted.
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