Like many of the people on this site, I would consider myself a tech geek. I fix computers, triple boot OS's and mess with C every once in a while. One of my friends came to me asking if I knew a decent graphics card. He sent me a link to one, and it had dual DVI ports. For someone like him, he was probably using VGA or HDMI, so I asked him what connector he uses. After sending a couple of example pics, he found out that he uses VGA. I told him that this graphics card wouldn't benefit him because it only had DVI connectors. He said that that had nothing to do with it because the tutorials that he read said all you need to do to install a graphics card was pop it in and install drivers. Call me crazy, but I've always thought that you had to plug your display into the graphics card to actually benefit from it. Isn't that how it works? The motherboard sends the signal to the card where it is processed and sent out via the connector? Please Register or Log in to view images Help me out iPtF. All I know is a lie.