Re: whats the big diff with DVI connection to the montior?
DVI stands for Digital Visual Interface.
Basically, since your video cards digital, it goes through the wire as a digital signal with a DVI lead, and since LCD monitors are also digital, it can go straight through as a clean digital 010010101 signal, etc.
VGA cables on the other hand convert from one to the other. It goes from digital to analogue, through the cable, and then back to digital for the monitor to understand it.
This results supposedly in slight quality loss, compared to a full digital only signal.
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