Hi. My understanding is that DVI is a better quality connection. I guess u could say more pure.
There’s no change to the signal digital to digital (DVI) but in VGA there is.
I surmise from everyone’s opinion the noticeable differences are negligible. But theres also 2 schools of thought. So i guess if I see a good deal on a DVI cable I'll try it. I'm not seeing to many DVI I / DVI D (GPU/MON) male cables. slim pickins.
Note: There’s an article in Toms now referencing a 5 year phase out of VGA.
Thanks for your time.
It's the difference between a digital signal (DVI), which presumably has no corruption; and an analog signal (VGA), which might suffer some signal degradation. If you have the choice, go for DVI, it will also allow you to utilize higher resolutions, and is required for hi-def (I think).