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    LCD controller

    Anyone can sugguest a graphic card for LCD monitor? Or cable conjunction would be good enough?
    Thank you.

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    If your using a LCD ,I'm assuming you don't play games much,so get a Matrox Card.
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    I agree if your not playing games go with Matrox

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    Any card with a DVI connector should do, it is a DVI flat panel. I don't believe Matrox makes a card with DVI. If the monitor uses VGA, by all means go with MATROX.

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    Matrox does support DVI + dual head + VIVO + 32-DDR + MPEG-2 all kinds of stuff and about 135 bucks (G450) -- cheap?!? , eTV a little more than $200 -- I haven't seen any reviews yet but they seem pretty cool.
    The ATI Radeon All-in-Wonder 32-DDR about 210 bucks is better ?!?! PCWORLD rated it BESTBUY, and it supports digital flat panel too. I think I'll go with ATI, but it's still not my final decision though.
    Thanks for helping.

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