Buying new monitor

As long as there is one compatible output for the input of the monitor for my graphics card, whether HDMI, DVI, D-sub, then it is compatible right? You don't need to use all of these connectors right?

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  1. That is correct. You preferably want to use HDMI, DVI, or Displayport.
  2. PotatoJunior said:
    An easier question might be, as long as there is one compatible output for the input of the monitor for my graphics card, whether HDMI, DVI, D-sub, then it is compatible right? You don't need to use all of these connectors right?

    Thanks.

    Right. For this reason also, you don't need to get a monitor with many input ports as they are usually more expensive specially those with display port.
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