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post #11 of 17
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im not much of a gamer I only play battlefield 2 demo. most of the time im watching movies or hulu and surfing. would I still need to get a video card.
post #12 of 17
Probably not. Just make sure your apu can actually support 1440p.
post #13 of 17
Do you want it for gaming? The best 2560x1440 gaming monitor I know of is this:
BenQ BL2710PT

It was built as a CAD monitor, but the colors are so good and the screen size is 27 inches (just what you wanted) that it's too good to pass up. I usually do my CAD work in 1080p, but my friends use two of these monitors to make his designs. It is pretty fast for a super high res monitor, so I'm sure you will enjoy it. If you have any further questions PM dude. I work with monitors all day!
post #14 of 17
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post #11
post #15 of 17
Thread Starter 
well I bought an x-star today I hope it will work with my system. is DVI-D the same as duel dvi
post #16 of 17
DVI-D can be both dual link and single link. DVI-D just means it is digital only. the difference is the amount of pins in the cord.

Copied this from wiki to help you understand better


post #17 of 17
Thread Starter 
I got you , I need to count the pins. thanks
ive been asking and searching google all day to see if my system would be able to display the monitor. im sure I wont be able to game but im hoping I can at lease surf. the apu is got a decent gpu built into it. I even oc the cpu and the gpu over stock settings , I guess I the only person try this, i have to sit and wait for it to come in before I know.
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