|13 Jun 2010||#1|
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Analog or digital monitor selection
This is probably a stupid question yet I must ask it.
I have a new Gateway 4831 with a ATI Radeon HD 5770 video card. I am running two monitors off it -an old CRT monitor and a Samsung 932B flat screen. I have downloaded the Manufacturer's Windows 7 driver. The Samsung can connect to the computer either with a digital DVI cable (digital) or with a VGA (analog) cable. I am currently connected with a VGA cable and with a DVI-VGA adapter hanging off the video card. This is mostly due to the fact that I don't have a DVI cable and do have the VGA cable.
Question: would the monitor perform dramatically better in digital mode with a DVI cable or would any improvement be minor?
Note: I don't have any major complaints with my monitor - I just don't know what I am missing!
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