OT: sxga+ vid for Acer AL2017 20" lcd
carl at personnelware.com
Fri Feb 2 14:01:17 PST 2007
I think this is an easy question for this list:
What card should be used for an Acer AL2017 20" lcd?
Pretty sharp friend thinks he is stuck -- I am guessing he is missing something.
but I am a db guy, so basically have no clue. anyone here have one I can
borrow? below are the 'details.'
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From: harry palmer <nope at nope.nope>
Subject: Re: Graphics cards listed by standard support
Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2007 15:50:08 -0600
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"Deep Dribble" <carl at personnelware.com> wrote in message
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> harry palmer wrote:
> > I'm looking for a graphics for a pc that supports the sxga+ standard
> > natively without hacking device drivers. Anyone know of a site that
> > me to check out ALL ALL!!! the standards supported by a card? Max
> > doesn't help, the card in this old machine skips from 1280 * 1024 to
> > 1200 with nothing in between and yes I have the latest drivers. I need
> > * 1050 to support a monitor I just got whose native mode is sxga+.
> > thanks in advance
> > Harry
> what is the monitor?
> what card are you currently using?
> "then again, I've been told I'm a wacko"
The monitor is an Acer AL2017 20" lcd with native resolution of sxga+ .
Right now there is no card, it's the chip set on the machine which I want to
overide with a half decent graphics card. This issue is that I can't tell
which card supports sxga+
"then again, I've been told I'm a wacko"
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