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[Discuss] Large DVI monitor

On Sun, Aug 7, 2011 at 9:44 PM, Dan Ritter <dsr at> wrote:

> On Sun, Aug 07, 2011 at 09:22:23PM -0400, Shirley M?rquez D?lcey wrote:
> > Monitors bigger than 1920x1200 will need a dual-link DVI connection
> > if they don't have a DisplayPort input (which means pretty much
> > anybody other than Apple), so make sure to get the dual-link DVI
> > adapter for your MacBook Pro. (The first message said a Mac Pro
> > which would be a desktop system but a later one said it was a
> > MacBook Pro.) There are two versions of the DVI adapter; the
> > dual-link one costs more.
> Recent high-end Radeon and NVidia video cards tend to come with
> DisplayPort, too.
> -dsr-
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It looks like someone has come out with an adapter to allow you to hook up
non-DP computer to Apple's Cinema Display.  No idea what the quality is
like.  But the price tag is $150 which I think is a little high.

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