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Old 02-23-2006, 04:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i just need to know if it is worth keeping scince my old computer got fried somehow (my first computer, i loved playing quake 1 on it) and am keeping all the parts to find out what actually happened i think it was the PSU.

anyway i googled it and didnt find much and this is all the info i could get exept for hooking it up.

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No use tossing monitors out, especially if they're working. It's always good to have a backup or one to use at a dumbie station where you put builds together for troubleshooting, etc.

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the gateway monitors are supposed to be pretty good...as far as color and resolution goes...
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