• Why all new graphic cards have only digital inputs, without D-Sub interface. How I can connect my 2010 y. monitor with a new card.?

    Best answer: yeah that made me mad too.... but the truth is if u dont have a monitor with a DVI port or better then u really do need a new monitor. vga is fine at low resolutions but the colors and overall quality is so much better with dvi if u spend 30 bucks on a dp to vga u can prolly find a DVI monitor for just as cheap i... show more
    Best answer: yeah that made me mad too.... but the truth is if u dont have a monitor with a DVI port or better then u really do need a new monitor. vga is fine at low resolutions but the colors and overall quality is so much better with dvi if u spend 30 bucks on a dp to vga u can prolly find a DVI monitor for just as cheap i kno the habbitat restore in my town had 23 inch 16:10 Full HD monitors for 20 bucks. they had like 30 of them too. and that's the story of why i have 6 monitors on my computer
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I use monitor as a CPU?

    Best answer: Some monitors contain micro-controllers which could be re-purposed as a CPU (and in some cases were used as the basis of earlier microcomputers)- although you don't strike me as the type of person with the skills or intelligence to accomplish such a feat.
    Best answer: Some monitors contain micro-controllers which could be re-purposed as a CPU (and in some cases were used as the basis of earlier microcomputers)- although you don't strike me as the type of person with the skills or intelligence to accomplish such a feat.
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do I absolutely need a monitor?

    Best answer: Not a dumb question! I've been rocking my 42 inch smart TV with my gaming PC. All you need is an HDMI cable, see if your TV has the input. I enjoy the larger view and my friends and family can sit comfortably further away to watch games, movies, and stuff online. I'd still get the monitor if you have the... show more
    Best answer: Not a dumb question! I've been rocking my 42 inch smart TV with my gaming PC. All you need is an HDMI cable, see if your TV has the input. I enjoy the larger view and my friends and family can sit comfortably further away to watch games, movies, and stuff online.
    I'd still get the monitor if you have the money, just in case your HD TV craps out....
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is there something wrong with my PC's screen?

    Best answer: Probably not. Just because you can select those playback options doesn't mean that the original recording was HD. The original recording is only as good as the camera that recorded it.
    Best answer: Probably not. Just because you can select those playback options doesn't mean that the original recording was HD. The original recording is only as good as the camera that recorded it.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are Moroccans black?

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  • Windows VS Linux?

    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does my graphics card have to be connected to my monitor ?

    Best answer: You were getting cpu or motherboard chipset graphics. It is a huge difference using the graphics card. On most modern setups, you would not have monitor signal at all because installing the card cuts off motherboard-cpu integrated graphics.
    Best answer: You were getting cpu or motherboard chipset graphics. It is a huge difference using the graphics card. On most modern setups, you would not have monitor signal at all because installing the card cuts off motherboard-cpu integrated graphics.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I make my screen smaller?

    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can my PC handle dual monitors?

    Best answer: If there is only a VGA and HDMI port then you can do dual monitors but one monitor would be a lower resolution than the other. No it cannot make the cpu blow up. If it were to get that dangerous then the computer would shut itself off for safety purposes (mainly to try and prevent as little damage as possible to... show more
    Best answer: If there is only a VGA and HDMI port then you can do dual monitors but one monitor would be a lower resolution than the other. No it cannot make the cpu blow up. If it were to get that dangerous then the computer would shut itself off for safety purposes (mainly to try and prevent as little damage as possible to the components).
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How does 3 over 2w = 36 become 3w = 72 ?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • 144hz or 1440p?

    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why isn't my computer monitor turning on?

    My monitor isn't receiving any electricity. I plug it in and nothing. I connected my computer to my tv and it works great. It's the monitor and I don't know why. It seems dead , no lights, nothing
    My monitor isn't receiving any electricity. I plug it in and nothing. I connected my computer to my tv and it works great. It's the monitor and I don't know why. It seems dead , no lights, nothing
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago