you would connect a graphics card to this port which i believe is what you're asking
yea it works and the graphics are amazing
You need a graphics card with two outputs.
The Dell Dimension is a desktop computer and will need a [Dell Specific] wireless card or adapter to connect to the internet.
unscrew the side of your computer (Desktop) and you know where the VGA lead goes in to connect to the monitor? that is it
You simply plug your card into the PCIe slot on your motherboard. It should snap into place.
If your graphics card has the capability, you connect two monitors to a splitter adapter and adjust settings for your desktop.
Graphics Adapter is were you connect your monitor to, and the graphics controller is the circuitry that controls the graphics adapter.
If you have a graphics card that supports HDMI you can of course connect the PS3 to that card. Will it work at all? most likely not. why not
First, you have to have an SLI ready motherboard, got that, so far so good. Then you need 2 SLI ready graphics cards (use nvidia for graphics cards and motherboard for this), You got that, then connect the 2 graphics cards in the mother board, then connect them together using the bridge it comes with in every box for an SLI ready card. Then get your dual monitors and connect on to one graphics card then connect the other monitor to the other card. The bridge that connects the 2 graphics cards together makes the cards join together as if one big one. Hoping everything works out.
You need to connect the computer to the TV via an S-Video or HDMI cable. What you have available to you will vary based upon your graphics card.
It is the settings on a computer. Through different settings different things are achieved (i.e., configurations to connect to certain wireless networks; firewall configuration to deny all unsolicited network requests; graphics settings that enable high-performance graphics, etc.)
"Input Devices" are computer peripherals (devices that connect to the computer) which provide an input to the computer system itself.Here are some example input devices for a computer system:KeyboardMouseScannerWebcam / Digital CameraGraphics Tablet
The graphics card will be installed into your PC,so if 2 monitors are connected they will both have the graphics.
No you connect your PS2 to your TV not a computer
If your computer screen flickers, it is most likely caused by a power cord glitch, a power outlet that doesn't have enough watts to support your computer and CPU, or you need a new graphics card, as the monitor's driver might not support the graphics card currently in your computer. Also, you may need a new monitor-CPU cord to connect your monitor to your CPU.
To connect to a computer hub, you should connect a ethernet cable from your computer to the computer hub. Each computer should be plugged into one of the various ports on the computer hub.
Just connect computer to computer by crossing cable connect.
Yes, the motherboard is where all of the parts of the computer connect. The processor directly plugs into your motherboard. The processor is what basically runs your computer. The motherboard also distributes power to the computer and normally supplies your graphics and sound cards. Without a motherboard a computer cannot run
The PlayStation 1 cannot connect to the Internet/Computer.
A cord will usually come with your phone to help you connect it to your computer.
i have one usb cable. i connect to phone and computer
You cant connect them to your computer yet.
If by "computer" you mean "internet," then yes. Otherwise, the DSi has no way to connect to an actual computer.