I haven't seen an LCD where you can't connect via DVI. Most LCDs allow for both analog and DVI. I would assume that that Samsung is DVI compatible. You obviously also want to make sure that your GPU has a DVI out.
After reading a review, I guess it doesn't have DVI.
a newegg.com review
I was surprised to learn that this monitor did not have a DVI input, but I guess you can't have everything. I don't suppose it makes much difference anyhow, as other factors beside analog-vs-digital input must be considered when judging the overall quality of an LCD monitor. My monitor arrived with a couple of dead pixels, but they are far apart and not very noticeable. Those minor gripes aside, it's a good deal and a fine monitor for what it costs.
I would go with another monitor. DVI is a big plus where you don't have to adjust your screen width/height.