[rescue] Somewhat off-topic, but somewhat relevant...
erie at shelbyvilledesign.com
Fri Sep 10 11:41:33 CDT 2004
I've got one or two NEC 21" monsters sitting on the shelf that will sync
to anything I've ever thrown at them , I'm
pretty sure they'll do at least 1600x11280 decently. Only problem is I'm
in Illinois, anybody heading from the midwest to
New England? (I'd go back to see family, but I 'escaped' from the
socialist republic of Mass. and have no desire to ever go back..)
Patrick Finnegan wrote:
>Jonathan C. Patschke declared on Thursday 09 September 2004 10:54 pm:
>>On Thu, 9 Sep 2004, Carl R. Friend wrote:
>>> What I'm after is recommendations as to what I should get next.
>>I've had -really- good luck with the RS/6000 version of the IBM P200.
>>It has a 13w3 connector and talks to everything I've thrown at it. It
>>needed some coaxing with the SGIs because SGI's sense pins walk on
>>some of the alternate IBM sync pins, but two 13W3<->3BNC adapters and
>>3 BNC T-couplers was all I needed to make things right.
>>However, I know at least one list member either here or on geeks has
>>one that -only- syncs to RS/6000s. So, YMMV.
>The IBM PowerDisplay 17 and PowerDisplay 20 are fairly decent (and
>usually cheap from my sources) monitors that'll handle just about
>anything. You might also check in to the 17" monitor that Power
>Computing shipped with some of their systems - it has a VGA and set of 5
>BNC connectors on it, and is probably available for a reasonable price.
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