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Any DVI LCD to Power PC powerMac?

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Is it possible to attach any common LCD screen using DVI connector to PowerPC (10.4.11) PowerMac?

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If there is a DVI port on the PowerMac it should work just fine...
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thanks
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by:Peter Loobuyck
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Most of the Powermacs have a DVI port by default
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Thanks PeterLbk. I asked becuase I didn't know are there some compatibility issues. I intend to connect DELL 24" studio screen, and I didn't know what to expect.

Had to have some assurance! :-)
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