Apple 850AV Computer Monitor User Manual

Do you need to install a video card?
The monitor is preadjusted and supports the following scan ranges:
m horizontal scan rate of 30–94 kilohertz
m vertical refresh rate of 48–120 hertz
In addition, the monitor works at the following VESA (Video Electronics
Standards Association) standard modes:
Resolution Vertical refresh rate (hertz)
640 x 480 60-85
800 x 600 56-85
1024 x 768 60-85
1280 x 1024 75-85
1600 x 1200 75
The monitor also works at the following Macintosh standard modes:
Resolution Vertical refresh rate (hertz)
832 x 624 75
1152 x 870 75
These are preassigned resolutions; your computer may support other
resolutions within this range. See the manual that came with your computer
or video card to determine which resolutions are supported.
For more information on factory preadjusted settings and other technical
information about your monitor, see Appendix B, “Technical Information.”
To use your monitor, you need compatible video circuitry built into your
computer or a compatible video card installed in your computer.
Note: The Apple 8•24, Apple 8•24
GC, and most NuBus
video cards are not
compatible with your monitor. In addition, some third-party PCI cards are not
fully compatible with your monitor.
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