Can I connect 24 inch monitor with any cpu?
- CelifrogLv 67 months ago
You need to figure out what type of port it has, DVI-D Display Port, HDMI or VGA. Nope! Both the computer and the monitor, they need to have the same type of port and if they don't it's not the end of the world you can purchase an adapter over the internet that'll make them work. Like an HDMI to VGA or a Display port to HDMI adapter.
Stop calling it a CPU that makes me cringe.
- The_Doc_ManLv 77 months ago
All you need is compatible connectors. If you have that, you could even connect an 80" monitor to your system. Modern systems often have HDMI connectors for video output and modern TVs have HDMI inputs, so that ought to work.
- RichardLv 67 months ago
CPUs don't connect to the monitor...
- Gordon BLv 67 months ago
Sure monitors is down to what connection it uses to the GPU, CPU pretty much doesn't matter.
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- keerokLv 77 months ago
Your only problem if ever would be the plug. Make sure the monitor you get has a compatible port on your computer.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 77 months ago
you gpu has to have proper connection for that monitor. size doesn't much matter, it is the connection and correct cable
- dewcoonsLv 77 months ago
If the monitor and the PC can be physically connected together (and that includes being able to use adapters to change one or both of the ends of the connecting cable) then the computer can use the monitor.
Any computer made in the last five years is going to be able to use a 24" monitor and will have graphic modes to support a monitor of that size. And older computer can still use the monitor, but it may not have a resolution designed for that larger of a monitor. Things may be bigger then you would want them to be on the screen.
Before getting such a monitor, go into the Display Settings and see what resolution you have available. If your computer has resolutions of 1360 or higher as the first number, then it will support a monitor of 24" with a good resolution. (You will hopefully have options in the 16xx or 19xx range available.)
- Anonymous7 months ago
no you cannot plug in a monitor to a cpu? you need a motherboard to put the cpu working.
- RoganLv 57 months ago
Providing the Monitors and Base Unit have connection compatibility then yes.
BTW the CPU is the processor only not the Base Unit.