Quote: Originally Posted by Mr GRiM
It might help if you can install a Monitor driver but it shouldn't be necessary and a Digital signal is far clearer then Analogue anyway, I think if your going to spend good money on a LCD display then you would be silly to use an Analogue signal unless DVI wasn't an option.
I agree 100%!
The monitor should have come with a DVI connector!
Mine did...as a matter of a fact it came with both!
I got the Acer X222W 22" montor, 1680x1050... looks great!
What surprises me even more is that Windows 7 actually installed the correct driver for it! Who wadda thunk!