Solved i have a computer with vga graphics and a dfi monitor

February 6, 2014 at 18:54:47
Specs: Windows 8
will it work on my A10 processer. will I lose any performance of the monitor or will I lose any speed if I replace the graphic card

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February 6, 2014 at 19:16:44
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An A10 is an APU, which means it's a CPU + GPU so more than likely there is currently no graphics card installed in your PC. Are you asking about VGA (analog) vs DVI (digital)?

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February 7, 2014 at 13:52:30
I think DFI is an actual company:

If you do mean DVI, and your graphics card only has VGA ports, you won't even be able to use that monitor, unless you get a converter.

If you are wondering about the difference between DVI and VGA, basically VGA is analog and DVI is digital. DVI generally gives better picture as it has less signal loss, but on normal monitors you won't notice much difference.

Indeed, you have an integrated graphics card, unless you installed another previously. If you did install one and are wondering if you should take out the second one, it really just depends on what card you installed. Please post exact make/model.

If you are wondering if you should choose the lesser of the graphics cards just so you can use DVI, it probably isn't worth it, again please post exact make/model.

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