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DVI > VGA : better quality image
« on: February 28, 2018, 07:54:39 AM »
before you throw out an old monitor for being blurry be sure to check whether its running from an analog (VGA) or a digital (DVI) connection

i almost threw out a flat panel by acer that i had because i thought it was crap!!! and it was so blurry i could hardly read text from the monitor.. surely it was trash..
but then for some reason i hooked up the DVI connection cable and it seems that the VGA cable was to blame, it was too low quality with not enough shielding. so if you must use a VGA connection, try to get the best cable you can.. otherwise always choose a DVI connection over VGA! to achieve a better performance from your hardware