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AdvantagesCrystal clear graphics, S- video connectable, so many plugs and ports. If you've got a monitor and no TV, use this.

DisadvantagesDoesn't support 60hz mode, and who has an 80cm monitor?

...No, VGA doesn't stand for Voluptuous Graphics Attack, it stands for Video graphics adaptor... doesn't it? Anyway, this little device does provide the opportunity for your DC to show what it's really capable of in the graphics department. It connects to the video output of your DC, and instead of cables going to the TV, it hooks up to your standard 15 pin PC monitor. It doesn't go through the PC...

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AdvantagesBetter Clarity to visuals

DisadvantagesSome old Xbox games wont run via this cable that Literally any old PC monitor would run the XBOX 360 in HDTV mode with these cables !!! I spent my hard earned cash on a set & hooked them up to my Relisys LCD TV ( P.C Monitor & TV all in one) Using the VGA Input . I went to the settings for the 360 & changed to it to 1360 x 768 . The Difference was unbelievable !! , trust me you WILL NOT want to plug those old RGB cables in after...

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“VGA card for Gaming”

published 06/11/2007

AdvantagesFast and quiet. Dual DVI. No compatibility problem with games. Very fast.

DisadvantagesNo DX10 support. one of the fastest DX9 cards out there. It has 256mb of RAM which is enough for all of the new games. But it is not supporting DX10. In July 2007, X1950XT series was chosen by the famous TomsHardware website as one of the best gaming cards around. So, if you are not going to pay your valuable money on DX10 supporting cards (which the good ones are at least 150 USD more expensive), this VGA...

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