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Thread: Does anyone know about the Gf4/certain monitors compatibilit




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    There is known issues with certain monitors for the GF4 TI line of video cards.

    I read an article somewhere showing you could pull a pin out of the troubled monitor to resovle this...

    Anyone seen this article? If so...WHERE IS IT...lol

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    I cant see why it would give any trouble :?:
    Is it happening to you, or have you only head it.
    If it is happening then i'll contact either nvidia, or the cards manafacturer.
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    I guess there is only a few monitors out there that have problems... It even states on PNY's website that the GF4 wont work on some monitors.

    Later I came across an article explaing that some monitors have an extra pin and it can be pulled out to resolve this. Now, that a friends is having the problems, I can't find the article

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    I remember seein' that article though that applies to old monitors if the old memory here is workin' right so wouldn't it be better just to upgrade to a later model model? :smokin:
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    I don't think it is an old monitor (Philips 201b)

    I knew I should have put that article in my favorites :(

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    Have you tried google? Google can find anything.

    Just start with UNIQUE words that you are SURE were in the article. The bigger the words the better.

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    Yeah, it was on the VH (www.virtual-hideout.net) where he was having problems. It was an issue with his KDS monitor. And it turned out that if he pulled out pin #9 it would be fine. I wouldn't suggest this unless you have a KDS monitor, and make sure yours is affected by this problem.

    Later

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