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My graphics card or motherboard has no VGA ports?

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September 2, 2013 7:39:33 AM

I finished building my pc a few days a go, I have been using a hd tv since then, but now I want to connect it to a view sonic va2413wm monitor which has no hdmi slots. When I went to plug the VGA into my desktop neither the graphics card or mobo have the correct ports? I'm using the asus gtx 670 4gb and the mini atx asus z87 gryphon, this made me wonder if maybe the cable for the monitor is too outdated? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
September 2, 2013 7:43:39 AM

Joelacks said:
I finished building my pc a few days a go, I have been using a hd tv since then, but now I want to connect it to a view sonic va2413wm monitor which has no hdmi slots. When I went to plug the VGA into my desktop neither the graphics card or mobo have the correct ports? I'm using the asus gtx 670 4gb and the mini atx asus z87 gryphon, this made me wonder if maybe the cable for the monitor is too outdated? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


How about buy Adapter?
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September 2, 2013 7:44:42 AM

Yes, most things don't come with a VGA port anymore. Any new video card should come with a DVI to VGA adapter though to still use VGA monitors. If not, there are like $5.
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September 2, 2013 7:47:14 AM

VGA (or D-sub) is from the 1980s, so yeah it's kinda outdated.
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September 2, 2013 7:52:37 AM

Sakkura said:
VGA (or D-sub) is from the 1980s, so yeah it's kinda outdated.


Most of the time people upgrade their PCs. Not Monitors. (Only Few People Does)
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