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Old 02-05-2006, 02:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default DVI vs D-Sub

Hey, I to know what monitor connector is better, d-sub or dvi. Becuse I am looking at buying an lcd monitor from newegg and I cant spend more than $235 and so far Ive found a 17" lcd with a d-sub connector with a 8ms reponse time, or a 17" lcd monitor with a dvi connector and an 12ms response time. So which connector is better? and what would be the best lcd monitor I could get from newegg for under $235. (perferably at least 17").

Oh, and I forgot to mention that I would prefer a monitor with a good refresh rate than can keep up with my new x1900xt, because my last lcd monitor could not keep up with my 7800gt and it had a dvi connection with a 12ms response time.

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you double posted. very bad...

Fixed it.
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