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Hi All,

I have a G4 dual processor 1.25G, double mirror door.

The old monitors have finally gone by the wayside.

I am interested in 2 Asus 19" Black LCD Computer Monitor - VH196T.

My concerning is connecting the newer model to my Mac. The details read:
DVI input with HDCP(High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) supported ensures video signal integrity and image quality.

Will I need adapters to connect where the old fashioned monitors use to connect?
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Take it you are using an ATI Radeon 9000 or later with DVI port?

My G5 has just been connected to a BenQ 22" LED display and using DVI was simply plug in and switch on. The display will be DVI-D and that is the connections Apple Cinema Displays also use.
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