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  1. rvbfan's Avatar
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    Last One To Post Wins [77]


    And hello to all by the way.
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    COMPUTIAC said:
    There should be adapters for VGA to HDMI and DVI to HDMI.
    Just checked physically. My Samsung monitor is both HDMI or DVI input and presently using HDMI from the Bobster, which its video card has DVI too. I may want to use DVI, which I hear is best.

    My other monitor is VGA, so no problem there.

    The Acer tower is VGA output.

    What I'm wondering is if adapting HDMI or DVI to VGA makes a difference in performance.
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    simrick said:
    LOL!!


    Just FYI: Adapters for VGA (analog) > digital (anything) will need to be a converter not just a simple adapter.
    Converting VGA analog Video signals to digital HDMI TV signals

    Amazon, i.e. https://www.amazon.com/FOINNEX-Conve...ital+converter
    Thanks, simrick. :)
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    rvbfan said:
    Hi ya, rvb. Will do and thanks for those. :)
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    rvbfan said:
    And hello to all by the way.
    Hi RVB! :)
    HippsieGypsie said:
    Just checked physically. My Samsung monitor is both HDMI or DVI input and presently using HDMI from the Bobster, which its video card has DVI too. I may want to use DVI, which I hear is best.

    My other monitor is VGA, so no problem there.

    The Acer tower is VGA output.

    What I'm wondering is if adapting HDMI or DVI to VGA makes a difference in performance.
    The Acer tower VGA output will require a converter for Digital. Yes, there will be some minor difference from VGA > Digital, but I doubt you will notice it.
    For Digital > VGA, I'm not sure - digital is steps, while analog is flow. I've never done it.
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    rvbfan said:
    And hello to all by the way.
    Hi rvb. Attachment 128992
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    rvbfan said:
    And hello to all by the way.
    Good Afternoon rvb Happy Saturday :)
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  8. Chuck38's Avatar
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    I guess it must be true, everything is bigger in Texas. Even the number of posts a Texan can quote! LOL

    Afternoon rvb. How's it going?
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    simrick said:
    The Acer tower VGA output will require a converter for Digital. Yes, there will be some minor difference from VGA > Digital, but I doubt you will notice it.
    For Digital > VGA, I'm not sure - digital is steps, while analog is flow. I've never done it.
    Thanks again. Yes, that makes sense in that digital to analog won't work.

    Ugh! Just sat down to eat and the daughter calls for a ride otherwise she waits 2 hours for her planned ride. Kids! Gotta love 'em! :)
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  10. Posts : 5,833
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    Chuck38 said:
    I guess it must be true, everything is bigger in Texas. Even the number of posts a Texan can quote! LOL

    Afternoon rvb. How's it going?
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