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Is there really a difference between vga and dvi?

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I know one is analog and one is digiatal. But i can honestly tell no difference at all. Atlease on my pc.
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It more noticable with higher resoultion (digital is better) or at longer cable lengths (VGA is better). However, the difference isn't massive but you can sometimes tell if the monitors are side by side.
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CRTs > LCDs, and CRTs use VGA, therefore VGA > DVI.
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