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Do the new 24" Nvidia iMac's come with a Mini DVI to regular DVI cable?
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For starters, the iMacs haven't been updated to use the nVidia chipset (though there is a model that comes with an nVidia 8800GS graphics card). Second, you have to purchase a mini-DVI adapter separately


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No - no iMacs come with any external cabling I believe. That is where they get us in the you know where. I found mine in the refurbished bin at an Apple clearance sale and was really lucky. They no longer have the month end sale.
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For starters, the iMacs haven't been updated to use the nVidia chipset (though there is a model that comes with an nVidia 8800GS graphics card). Second, you have to purchase a mini-DVI adapter separately
Yes I have the unit with the Nvidia G-Force 8800GS. I will buy the adapter this week.
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No - no iMacs come with any external cabling I believe. That is where they get us in the you know where. I found mine in the refurbished bin at an Apple clearance sale and was really lucky. They no longer have the month end sale.
I found one which I hope is correct.
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