Advice on using SVGA monitor on SGI?

From: meltie <>
Date: Tue Jan 20 13:42:38 2004

On Tuesday 20 Jan 2004 12:40 pm, Jules Richardson wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-01-20 at 01:44, Lyle Bickley wrote:
> > A good multisync that supports sync-on-green will be your best bet.
> > I've got lots of SGI and SUN systems - and that kind of monitor will
> > work on just about everything. You're in for a lot more hassle if the
> > monitor doesn't do sync-on-green.
> I use an Iiyama Vision Master monitor on the desktop PC - it's probably
> about 5 years old now. Has PC-style VGA input plus BNC connectors, and
> can be swapped between the two from the controls on the front. From the
> BNC inputs it'll do seperate H/V sync, combined H/V, and sync on green.
> I've never used the 19" screens, but this 17" one is of really nice
> quality for the age.
> I've seen them go for about 40 pounds here (which is probably about
> $70?). Doubtless you can get them for a fraction of that price in the US
> though!

17" Iiyama Vision Masters that'll multisync up to an SGI with BNCs? For
~?40?? Where? Seriously, the red gun on my desktop 15" has just gone and
with the student loan burning a hole in my pocket i'm seriously in the
market for a monitor that I can use both with my PC and for my SGI Iris
and Indigos...

URL? Phone number?

Received on Tue Jan 20 2004 - 13:42:38 GMT

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