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Question on DVI & Analog connectivity

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June 17, 2006 11:33:10 AM

DVI is better than Analog. We all know that.. because DVI does not convert digitalize information into analog before processing it to the LCD monitor. So, eh… is there even one advantage an analog connection has over a DVI?? Or did the DVI totally pwns the Analog.

Also, may I ask what’s the difference of DVI dual link & DVI single link?
June 17, 2006 12:07:30 PM

There is no performance difference between the two. DVI tends to look better since it's used in LCDs, so the quality is usually better. It's a personal choice IMO, since there are CRTs that can look as nice as an LCD.
June 17, 2006 12:22:33 PM

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There is no performance difference between the two. DVI tends to look better since it's used in LCDs, so the quality is usually better. It's a personal choice IMO, since there are CRTs that can look as nice as an LCD.


huh? first u said "There is no performance difference between the two." then u said "DVI tends to look better since it's used in LCDs, so the quality is usually better."

Doesn't that mean DVI is better?
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