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Old 01-10-2014, 01:01 PM   #1
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Runing Benq XL2420T monitor @ 1920x1080 resolution and 120 hrtz .Graphics card is the 670. Question is :

I want to know which cable would be the best to use since my card is dvi-d or dvi-dl and my monitor is dvi-dl .I'm looking for performance and best picture quality possible .Anyone can help, I'd appreciate it .

Also, I'll be hooking up a second monitor to same 670 card, only it's a viewsonic, 60 hrtz, @ 1920x1080 and is DVI. Any input would be appreciated.Looking at best quality and performance on the Benq and Viewsonic.
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If you're just using using one monitor you should be fine with DVI-D. I believe the DVI-DL (Dual Link) just give you the ability to go to 2560x1600, which you could use on two monitors. All About DVI

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