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Thread: DVI to VGA Adapter for Geforce 4




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    Hey guys im back...i was wondering if anyone knows were i can get a DVI to VGA adapter for my PNY Geforce 4 ti4400...is there certain one i need or can i get any of them...im really considering a second monitor cause like most people here i multitask...anywayz..thanks
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    try MOLEX.com
    they supplied me with a dfp/dvi adapter for a good price, they are strictly industrial but will (may) send a sample to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by krlcols
    try MOLEX.com
    they supplied me with a dfp/dvi adapter for a good price, they are strictly industrial but will (may) send a sample to you
    Thanks...but i couldnt find anything for me on that site...i was also wondering...i went to the Ati website and saw that they sell the VGA/DVI-I adapter for the AIW 8500 for $5.00...could i use that for my Nvidia card...im guessing yes but i dont want to order it till im sure...thanks again...lata

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    Are you sure that the vid card you have can support two monitors at the same time-- like an extension of the desktop?

    Many cards have multiple adapters just to be able to attach to different things, but that doesn't mean the card supports multiple screens all at once.

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    For a GF4 Ti4400 yes it should work. :smokin:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    For a GF4 Ti4400 yes it should work. :smokin:
    Thanks..yeah i ordered a DVI-I to VGA Adapter from essencompu.com for like 10 bucks i think...i forgot..i should get it soon and then ill buy 2 monitors and "hello nView"....thanks guys...i really appreciate the help...peace

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    I just ordered 2 new monitors for the setup...check it out...tell me what ya guys think...i cant wait till i get them...peace out ...lataz

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    Looks good but what brand and model is it? :?:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Looks good but what brand and model is it? :?:
    Future Power - Model 17df75b

    I bought them from www.Essencompu.com
    Go to the monitor section and it should be on the front page...in the middle...

    I bought them for their flat screens and at $159 USD each...i thought it was a great price...

    Both are 17" (16" viewable) - .25 Dot Pitch
    Anywayz...im at work...post some more replies and ill be back at ya later tonight in NY...i dont know about Aussie...lol

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    Hope they last for ya. I am leary of non-mainstream brands.

    When were they manufactured?? That is an awful high dot pitch for todays monitors...

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