Re: Monitor Help
DVI is the connection on the video card, and the card doesn't come with DSUB (VGA blue port). So get a monitor with DVI connection. You could use an adapter, but I don't trust those adapters after I used a USB - PS/2 adapter and had trouble with my keyboard and shift/ctrl/alt. I have experienced better performance with a straight-through connection. Also, you're gonna want a widescreen monitor that supports a high resolution, as the card maxes out at 2560x1600. Cheers.
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