Whats the difference between DVI and VGA connectors on monitors?

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Whats the difference between DVI and VGA connectors on monitors?

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Jack Evance

VGA is an analog interface. DVI can be both analog and digital, it is video only. HDMI is a digital interface and combines video, audio, and control. HDMI supports the highest resolutions so it is better. There can be different connection situations. For example, the monitor has VGA port, and the computer has DVI port. But decision is simple, there are special cables for each variant of connections. For example here is https://www.primecables.ca/c-1022-dvi-cables DVI to VGA 3 RCA component cables.

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A VGA monitor is an Analog monitor, a DVI one is a Digital Monitor designed to maximize the visual quality of movies/images, most graphic a cards today supports DVI connections but is usually bundled with a vga-dvi extension you want to get the best image quality possible in gaming and HD movies then digital DVI is the way to go.