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Thread: Does a DVI-2-RGB Convertor slow down a graphics card's speed?

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    Wolfmight's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +1
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    Well, does converting a DVI-2-RGB signal downgrade the framerates as well? I'm thinking about getting this new graphics card, but it only has 2 DVI outputs and my monitor is RGB. I do have a DVI-2-RGB convertor that I've used before at a time. Any ideas?

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    damn, still no replies

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    sweet!, thanks

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    Maybe he meant "No" as in no replies.

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    the answer is still an uncertainty. Obviously, there's more of a slide towards the "no speed will be compromised" side. Someone give me a bloody answer for once. "no" doesn't cut it.

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    No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
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    I can see how it's not going to slow it down, because it's only the quality of the output. I concure.

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    : whatever!

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