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What is a "composite sync monitor"?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by TechnicalFreak, Feb 24, 2008.

  1. TechnicalFreak Guest

    Hi

    I have this box I can tick in Catalyst Control Center that say "Composite Sync":
    "Check this ONLY if you are using an older composite sync monitor..".

    What is that? I know my monitor is a CRT, but composite sync :confused:



    Thankful for any replies given.
  2. Deusxmachina

    Deusxmachina New Member

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    It's just a method old monitors used for sync. Another one is sync-on-green. Years back, I had a 19" workstation monitor that used sync-on-green and five separate BNC video cables along with a special $450 graphics card. I think the card had a whopping 16mb of memory. That setup was still cheaper than a decent multi-sync 19" monitor back then.

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