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Doesn anyone by any change know what type of tv out plug is used on this card?

 

I know its not your standart svhs and 7 pins converters...

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I think Kranky is asking what type of plug is on the back of 7800.

No, an S-video won't plug-in there.

It's a special 9-pin nVidia plug that ends in a breakout of what AG said above (sometimes the box even has an S-Video IN)

 

http://www.bizrate.com/audiovideocables_ad...d487688937.html

 

EDIT: something like this should also work

http://www.eforcity.com/pothvgasvrc1.html?...15=POTHVGASVRC1

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oh yeah duh I guess I'm just retarded lol

 

one of us I'm sure have a million of the things but it would cost $90 to send them across the ocean lol

 

maybe someone like Repr who lives in NL also has one?

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Or just contact the most local nV graphic card seller and buy one.

 

Not retarded, just pin-impaired :)

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Isn't the high-tech term for that adapter a "dongle"? (JK..)

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Isn't the high-tech term for that adapter a "dongle"? (JK..)

 

Actually the correct term is a pigtail. A dongle is a hardware device (often in a thumbdrive package) that serves as a security key for a software application. However, over the years pigtails are often incorrectly referred to as dongles.

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Actually the correct term is a pigtail. A dongle is a hardware device (often in a thumbdrive package) that serves as a security key for a software application. However, over the years pigtails are often incorrectly referred to as dongles.

 

 

Actually .... in the documentation that came with a few of the ATI All-In-Wonder cards I purchased, they also called them dongles ... (VIVO Dongle)

 

It appears that they still do ....

 

Look at the bottom of the page ...

 

http://techreport.com/articles.x/8443/1

 

 

 

 

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Actually .... in the documentation that came with a few of the ATI All-In-Wonder cards I purchased, they also called them dongles ... (VIVO Dongle)

 

It appears that they still do ....

 

Look at the bottom of the page ...

 

http://techreport.com/articles.x/8443/1

 

 

 

 

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Again, the writers of the documentation and that site are incorrectly referring to the included pigtails as dongles. These days most people don't know the difference and/or think that a dongle sounds better than a pigtail.

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