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Samsung Play Well with nVidia?

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Don, May 17, 2009.

  1. Don

    Don Guest

    Does anyone know how well a Samsung Syncmaster 2443BW monitor works with a
    nVidia GeForce 9600GT video card? Right now I am using a ViewSonic VP2330wb
    monitor on my WinXp box with the latest nVidia drivers. I'm not satisfied
    with it because at 1920*1200 the image is blurry and unusable. And when
    trying to use Linux, it is totally useless (even with the nVidia drivers
    installed). Anyway, there's a really good sale on the Samsung and I was
    wondering if I should buy it. Any thoughts, experiences with nVidia and
    Don, May 17, 2009
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  2. Are you using the DVI input or the VGA input on the monitor?

    If you're using a VGA cable running into the VGA port of your monitor, you
    should get yourself a DVI cable and connect it into the DVI port of the
    monitor instead and see if it's still blurry.
    Homer Jay Simpson, May 17, 2009
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  3. Don

    Augustus Guest

    One must assume that either you do not have a correct Viewsonic *.inf
    installed, or you have not defined a custom one using a 3rd party app, or
    WinXP's default PnP *.inf file does not list 1920x1200 as a recognized
    resolution. Your monitor should be crystal clear, assuming your connection
    is good. The *.inf files are often called monitor "drivers". You video
    driver is not the same thing. Did this Viewsonic come with a CD? The
    original from Viewsonic isn't listed in their archives section, however
    utulities like Powerstrip will allow you to define a correct custom
    resolution and refresh rate and this should give you crystal clear images.
    Augustus, May 17, 2009
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