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(2000) Sony Monitor capability

Can this Sony Monitor Trinitron CPD-220GS that I used with an old computer Pentium II 400Mhz purchased in year 2000, still be used, with its drivers, on todays faster computers 64 x 2 Dual Core Processor 4000?

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Only if you need the heat from it; flatscreens of the same size use around 1/10 the power of the CRTs. Since businesses could make up the cost of the monitor in less than a year of the power savings, in 2000, it's definitely safe and wise to go flatscreen in 2008.

I used a CRT to heat sandwiches in a place with no microwaves in 1993. Otherwise they're hulking abominations that kill species.

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