Worth it to switch cards for direct DVI-D connection?

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by John H. Power, Apr 23, 2004.

  1. I just purchased a new 19 inch monitor. It comes with a DVI-D cable
    and an analog cable. My current graphics card in my main machine has
    a DVI-I connector and so I am using a DVI-I to VGA adapter to run
    this monitor. I have a second VGA monitor on the VGA connector.
    However, I do have a graphics card of equal quality in another machine
    that has a DVI-D connector. If I switch graphics cards am I going to
    see a noticeable difference? If not, then I won't bother with the
    switch.

    I am running XP home on a fast computer. The monitor is a Xerox TFT
    LCD XG-90D

    Thanks
     
    John H. Power, Apr 23, 2004
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