Monitor Cables and Graphics Card Connections Tutorial with Screenshots

Information with screenshots on VGA monitor cables, Graphics cards,DVI to VGA,
DVI, D-DVI D Dual Link Cable, VGA Port, S Video.

" "

S-Video - in/out: Included to allow the connection
with DVD players,video recorders and video
game consoles

Most graphics cards have two monitor connections. Often, one is a DVI connector, which supports LCD screens, and the other is a VGA connector, which supports older CRT screens. Some graphics cards have two connectors instead. But that doesn't rule out using a CRT screen; CRT screens can connect to DVI ports through an adapter.

Most people use only one of their two monitor connections. People who need to use two monitors can purchase a graphics card with dual head capability, which splits the display between the two screens. A computer with two dual head, PCI enabled video cards could theoretically support four monitors.

Books & Manuals

ECDL - European Computer Driving Licence

Buying a Computer

MS Word

MS Excel

Windows 7

Windows Vista

Windows XP

Powerpoint 2003/2007

Frontpage

Dreamweaver CS4/3/MX

Web Design - Publishing

HTML - CSS

Adobe Acrobat

Adobe CS4/CS3/CS2

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Flash

Build Your Own PC

Digital Photograhy

Internet Security


Link to this page for everyone's benefit if you found it useful

© IT Buddy 2016