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Some people say they see a clear difference between vga and dvi monitors but I personally don't. Maybe my eyes aren't trained enough. smile.gif Also, the guy has a 5770 so I hope this is also true for the 6950 I have. 1080p @ 60Hz should be enough for me.
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this is probably what you are looking for . . .

[ame="http://www.amazon.com/Accell-UltraAV-B101B-003B-Display-Adapter/dp/B003HC85D2/ref=pd_cp_e_1"]Amazon.com: Accell UltraAV B101B-003B Display Port with VGA Active Adapter: Electronics[/ame]

it would help if you can post the model or part number of your gpu.
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Originally Posted by rdr09;14284576 
this is probably what you are looking for . . .

Amazon.com: Accell UltraAV B101B-003B Display Port with VGA Active Adapter: Electronics

it would help if you can post the model or part number of your gpu.

B101B-003B?

Wow, I have the 002B and its specs are identical. I wonder why there is that one.

@whover commented on the VGA vs DVI. Completely depends on the screen. Some older LCDs (like my acer x243w @ 1920x1200) are very very good at using VGA and provide a clear picture and DVI quality text sharpness. However, newer screens utilize VGA rather poorly and the image tends to be fuzzy. Your eyes play little part here, unlike in some other cases.
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this what you have . . .

[ame="http://www.amazon.com/Accell-B101B-002B-UltraAV-DisplayPort-Adapter/dp/B0041O7XHY/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top"]Amazon.com: Accell B101B-002B UltraAV Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter: Electronics[/ame]

a mini-DP to vga.
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Ok I need to digest all this information lol, I'm very new to eye infinity. $24 bucks does not seem to be so expensive to just experiment for now.

As for monitors, I got an ASUS VH248 led 24" which I love and recently got the ASUS VH238 23" at Newegg for $80 bucks open box smile.gif. I might get another VH238 if I like eye infinity as for now I will borrow my brothers 23" and have the 24" in the middle. The Asus monitors have similar bezel.
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