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    Found an old graphics card it came with this cable....

    I found a nvidia 6200 or something and it came with this cable. It has a weird port that i haven't seen before. I was wondering if I could hook my PS2 to the monitor somehow by using this.
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    Unless the card has the option for input, no. There were very few that allowed that. Their main function was to do composite/s-video/component outputs along side of VGA/DVI.
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    Aww damn I had my hopes up *cry.

    Ok then thanks anyway...
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    Yep, i have that, and use it to attach my old CRT TV via a Svideo9>Svideo4 and a Svideo>RCA adapter. Works great for watching movies.

    EDIT: The port is a 9 Pin Svideo. You can also find them in 7 Pin, and 4Pin.
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