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Contact customer support for your card. As it's within 3 months, the retailer should have responsibility depending what country you are in. If no, the manufacturer will be responsible. Either way, they may be able to provide you with a replacement card before you send yours off so you are not without a card. They may also be able to supply a shipping label ...


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I'm assuming by "LCD Inverter" you mean some sort of converter to connect the LCD's data ribbon cable to a VGA port. If you mean the real inverter, which is a small, flat PCB involved in powering the LCD, you should examine closely the one in your AIO now and try to find the exact same model or compatible on Ebay. If you mean the LCD display, all I can ...


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I find that using the "Auto adjust" option on the external monitor helps a lot. It bounces around a bit trying to optimize the image display, and it works well in most cases.


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It depends on what kind of VGA cards you use. For simple 2D stuff, the VGA card that the monitor is attached to will be used to display the stuff. Actual processing is done using the drivers, and the drivers will find the VGA card that has this capability. If you have 2 identical cards with crossfire (or otherwise bridged) they will both be used to ...


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As others have said, VGA is an analog signal but the pixels in a flat panel display are digital. The monitor has to know where in the VGA analog waveform to sample the signal to convert it to digital. The auto adjust feature on flat panel displays attempts to guess the best timing for that sampling. But if the timing isn't perfect, you will get a blurry ...



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