Question about XFX GeForce 6200 Graphic Card
On both the Graphics card and the monitor, the blue connector is a 15 pin DSub VGA video and the white connector is a DVI video.
With the monitor it should default to the 15pin DSub video input.
If you want to use the DVI video input you need to configure the monitor to use the DVI video input. DVI to DVI give the best picture quality.
If you want to go from 15pin DSub to DVI you need a converter cable.
Try conviguring the monitor for a DVI video input.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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