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Good morning !

I would be very grateful for the help!

 My mother has  HP computer. A quad-core AMD Ryzen 3 Pro 2200G processor with an AMD Radeon (TM) Vega 8 Graphics graphics core with 4 Gb RAM (3.5 Gb available) DDR4-2666 (1333MHz).  and monitor Samsung S24E650DW

Computer has two ports VGA  and HDMI. 

Motherboard chipset AMD B350 AMD K17.1 FCH, AMD K 17.1 IMC

Monitor Samsung S24E650DW has VGA (D-SUB ) , DVI , Display Port.

1,What cable is better to connect the computer and monitor  Samsung S24E650DW and why  ?

(While I connected by cable VGA- VGA ).

 

2,How can we find out what maximum resolution ports a and b can give two ports VGA  and HDMI of computer's mother ?

Is there a program to resolve this issue?

 

3,Which monitor is better to use for mom's computer and why ?

Monitor-Samsung S24E650DW has VGA (D-SUB ) , DVI , Display Port

OR

Monitor  HP V214A has VGA and HDMI  

 

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT !!!

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@grigtar 

 

I don't know what is the model/product of your machine therefore my answers are based on your supplied information. You say Computer has two ports VGA  and HDMI. and monitor has VGA (D-SUB ) , DVI , Display Port therefore the best option in this case is to use HDMI to DisplayPort cable for example (you can buy cheaper elsewhere)

 

  https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/comsol-male-to-male-displayport-to-hdmi-av-cable-2...

 

because both ends use digital signals, no need to convert anything. HDMI to DVI cable works the same way.

 

Please ignore VGA to VGA, it will work but it is analog signals and normally you get better view with digital signals.

 

2,How can we find out what maximum resolution ports a and b can give two ports VGA  and HDMI of computer's

 

You need full specs of your computer but from following information you can get good 1920 x 1080

 

    https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/radeon-vega-8.c3042

 

You can use Samsung (24") or HP (21"). They have similar specs, both support 1920 x 1080 and the Samsung has larger screen but the HP has speakers. You can use their specs to compare and select a right one to suite you eyes and budget.

 

HP

   https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05454241

 

Samsung

   https://www.samsung.com/us/business/products/computing/monitors/600-series/se650-series-24-ls24e65ud...

 

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BH
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP !!!

I wanted to add computer information:

Poduct name- HP Desktop Pro AMT

SKU Number- 4CZ68EA#ABT

I really want to know how much maximum resolution can two ports have оn computer ( VGA and HDMI ) ?

With which program or command can I determine what maximum resolution the VGA and HDMI ports on the desktop computer can give?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

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@grigtar 

 

I can't find its specs, only the following information

 

   https://noontekmarket.com/HP-285-G3-MT-4CZ68EA-285-G3-MT-AMD-Ryzen-3-2200G-4GB-1TB--Free-DOS4CZ68EA

 

As mentioned on my previous reply, you can get 1920 x 1080 using VGA or HDMI.

 

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I will be grateful for your help !!!

THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!!

I wanted to clarify some things.
I have. On the Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor there are three VGA, DVI, Display Port outputs.
1. What is the maximum resolution provided by the ports on the Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor:
- VGA
- DVI
- Display Port

 

2. Through which program or command I can determine what maximum resolution the ports on the Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor can give
- VGA
- DVI
- Display Port

 

3. There are two VGA HDMI outputs on the computer. I want to connect this computer to the Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor.

3, What cable is better to use to connect Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW to a computer that has two VGA HDMI ports? How can this be explained?
- VGA (computer) -VGA (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)


- VGA (computer) - HDMI (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)


-VGA (computer) -Display Port (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)


-HDMI (computer) - VGA (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)


-HDMI (computer) - DVI (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)


HDMI (computer - Display Port (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)

 

4, Will there be a difference when connecting in two ways and can I feel it (see with my eye)
- VGA (computer) -VGA (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)
- HDMI (computer - Display Port (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)

 

THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!!

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1 & 2:    The Samsung monitor supports 1920 x 1080 as shown

 

     https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE650-S24E650DW-inch-Monitor/dp/B010N071TO

 

  Any port from your computer will give max resolution 1920 x 1080

 

3. The Samsung monitor has   1x VGA Port, 1x DVI Port, 1x DisplayPort, 2x USB 2.0 Ports . As mention on my previous reply, anh HDMI-DP or HPMI-DVI can do the job becuase the connectin is digital to digital.

 

4. You are talking about analog and digital. You may NOT be able to see the difference using naked eyes but digital normally (if not always) better than analog.

 

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Good morning!
HUGE THANKS TO YOU FOR YOUR ANSWERS. Your Help ME VERY HELPING !!!

I WILL BE THANKS FOR YOUR ADDITIONAL HELP !!!
I have a Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor.
It has three outputs VGA, DVI, Display Port. 
The computer has two HDMI and VGA ports.
1, When I use cable
HDMI (port on the computer) -Display Port (port on the monitor) will:
- loss of signal quality or conversion from HDMI to Display Port
- or signal transmission using the HDMI-Display Port cable will be fully lossless, without any conversions

 

2, Which cable will transmit the signal more fully, without any loss when using the cable:
- HDMI (port on the computer) -Display Port (port on the Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)
- Display Port (port on the computer) - Display Port (port on the Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)


3.How does the video card itself affect this difference when connected
-VGA (computer) -VGA (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)
- HDMI (computer - Display Port (Samsung LED PLS S24E650DW monitor)
?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR HELP !!!

BEST REGARDS, Grigoriy.

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1.  Both cables do the same job, as I said above, no conversion from digital to digital,

2. Your machine does not have Display port, this is out of question.

3. VGA ro VGA is analog. HDMI to DP is digital. As I said above digital is much better.

 

>>>>> .How does the video card itself affect this difference when connected

All cables have pins and few pins are used to communications. Hardware and software will work this out.

 

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