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Old 11-20-2004, 08:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok, im gettin a Flat screen monitor. but i got a Nvida FX5200 128 mb video card will a flat screen LCD monitor hook up to it... i think i have a VGA but im not sure.. but does all LCD monitors hook up to about all Video cards? Thanks for any info
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it SHOULD

VGA is like . . . . . ubiquitous (sorry, i've been studyuing for SATs)

also, you need to spruce up on your lingo . . . LCDs are referred to as flat-panel . . . cause CRTs can have flat screens
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oh dont study for the SATs. I took them in 7th grade without studying and i got a 1400.
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yeah, but when you have parents like mine, they expect a 2350 or higher
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My LCD has one VGA hook up and one DVI hook up, if your LCD has both and your vid card has both, use the DVI for better quality.
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yeah, but when you have parents like mine, they expect a 2350 or higher
Uh, as far as I know the SAT only goes up to 1600. Is this something new?
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Yeah, in my Video card booklet, it says i have a DVI hook up and a VGA hook up... but when i look on my video card i only see one hook up not sure if its VGA or DVI?
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is it small and blue or bigger and white? the hook up that is, LOL.
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Uh, as far as I know the SAT only goes up to 1600. Is this something new?
the sat switches to a 2400 format starting in march

they're adding a writing section
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Writing section is dumb in my opinion. I am glad I got over with the old SAT. Writing is too subjective, good writing is measured differently for each person. Sorry for being off topic.
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