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Section - -25- Can I use my PC monitor on my SGI?

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  Rick McLeod <mcleod@esprit.esd.sgi.com> writes: The PC monitor must
  be able to handle a 1024x768 non-interlaced signal to be used with
  Indigo starter graphics or Indy.  Most of SGI systems operate at
  1280x1024 non-interlaced.  Most PC monitors will not be able to deal
  with the scan rates required to display a stereo image.

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