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Power Mac 6100/66 video support

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    I am considering replacing my Performa 638 with a Power Mac 6100/66 that a friend has offered to sell me.  Will the 6100/66 support the 15" mutliscan monitor that came bundled with my 638, or will I need to look for another monitor if I get the 6100/66?
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Most Apple monitors will work with ANY apple based computer. you will not need to look for another monitor. If the video connection is different on the back of the 6100 than the monitor cable itself you can buy a simple $20 adapter from most computer stores. $20 is a helluva lot cheaper than a new monitor. the 6100 should have the correct pin setup to work with the 15" but like i said, if not you can get an adapter.
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