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Can I connect my MCE2005 PC to a 23-inch Apple Cinema HD Display?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by SteveCuss, Aug 25, 2005.

  1. SteveCuss

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    I have an Elonex Artisan with an ATI Radeon X300SE and want to upgrade my CRT. Iwas thinking a monitor might be better than an LCD TV. Can I connect to an 23-inch Apple Cinema HD Display? Any other recommendations? :lease:

    Thanks.
     
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    get a dell 24 incher if you go the LCD route
    only £635 on Ebay and much better specs than Apple screen.

    great for games and other stuff as well.

    PC format gave it 95% at £860!

    if you need a bigger TV obviously a plasma or LCD Tv is the way to go. Or a better CRT TV
     
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    check out Toms Hardware, there are some articles on the difficulties of driving such a display, like I think it needs dual DVI because of the resolution. If you can;t find the articles let me know as I will have a dig round, I am just remembering this off the top of my head.

    Cheers

    Rajiv
     
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    The 2405FPW? That looks good actually. Very good at £570. Is the viewing angle range OK for using it in the living room?
     

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