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Hello All

I have a question ...

What did DVI videocard help ? is it make look more bright
if you have not good videocard but in that card has option for DVI connector
will DVI make your monitor look the same like good videocard

Any cheap videocard included videocard when you connect to good monitor will it work the same like good videocard to good monitor

thanks ...

if is it not

which dvi videocard most perfect ?

thanks
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if you would please edit your question as the grammar is somewhat not interpretable. From what i gathered i can only offer you this:
DVI: Digital Video Input entirely a better connection but it is the preffered connection of Apple Pc's (shudder...i feel so dirty now). Monitors were released with DVI so they could be compatible with Apple Pc's and later to provide a somewhat improved monitor connection on ordinary Pc's.
Graphics cards were also released with DVI for one simple fact, its digital. VGA (the usual blue monitor port) is analog. To put simply, digital is known in society to be of a higher level than analog as it is not linear and provides a clearer faster connection with the usual perks and bonuses that analog could not allow.

A cheap graphics card with DVI would probably be the 6600GT or maybe the 6800GS if you want good gaming performance as well...to date every benq LCD monitor has both VGA and DVI and you can connect them to two towers and switch between towers by the use of one button plus benq monitors are of very high standard....

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Originally Posted by tt_shark
if you would please edit your question as the grammar is somewhat not interpretable. From what i gathered i can only offer you this:
DVI: Digital Video Input entirely a better connection but it is the preffered connection of Apple Pc's (shudder...i feel so dirty now). Monitors were released with DVI so they could be compatible with Apple Pc's and later to provide a somewhat improved monitor connection on ordinary Pc's.
Graphics cards were also released with DVI for one simple fact, its digital. VGA (the usual blue monitor port) is analog. To put simply, digital is known in society to be of a higher level than analog as it is not linear and provides a clearer faster connection with the usual perks and bonuses that analog could not allow.

A cheap graphics card with DVI would probably be the 6600GT or maybe the 6800GS if you want good gaming performance as well...to date every benq LCD monitor has both AGP and DVI and you can connect them to two towers and switch between towers by the use of one button plus benq monitors are of very high standard....

hope i've helped, post anything else you would like help with
I think you mean VGA , in lieu of AGP. Correct?
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ahaha yes, i thought there was somthing wrong...thanks for that...repski for you!
    
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actually what good about DVI ?
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The main thing I notice about DVI is you never have to adjust the screen size again. It's just always pixel perfect. This should lead to better image quality.
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^^ DVI has better image quality (in sharpness) over VGA.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tt_shark
DVI: Digital Video Input entirely a better connection but it is the preffered connection of Apple Pc's (shudder...i feel so dirty now).
Graphics cards were also released with DVI for one simple fact, its digital.
DVI wasn't a technological breakthrough, nor was it willingly developed by manufacturers. DVI was mandated by the FCC in an attempt to combat piracy.
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VGA (the usual blue monitor port) is analog. To put simply, digital is known in society to be of a higher level than analog as it is not linear and provides a clearer faster connection with the usual perks and bonuses that analog could not allow.
Digital is not superior to analog. Digital uses "sampling", which loses a lot of the original information in the conversion. Analog has basically infinite sampling points and is the reasoning that a record player sounds better than a cd or dvd player. There are benefits to both, but digital is most definitely not superior to analog. Your individual video card/monitor setup will vary as to which looks better to you, but there's absolutely nothing wrong with an analog signal.
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All I know is that my new 17" DVI LCD looks a lot "cleaner" and sharper than my old 15" analog LCD (comparison made with both monitors at 1024x768).
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post #10 of 20
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my new computer i will buy have a videocard Geforce 7300 LE i think they have DVI will that DVI good or not good because i know that card is not good either
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