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Notiqbaldaniel

HDMI to displayport

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Hello everyone I am new to this forum. I was wondering if I could use a displayport adapter to use it on my monitor because it does not have a displayport output. Would that work or damage my monitor in any way? I'm using a Samsung CF390 24inch monitor. Thanks in advance. All hail Linus.

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That monitor seems to only have a single HDMI and VGA input. A passive DisplayPort to HDMI adapter would work just fine. 

 

4 minutes ago, Notiqbaldaniel said:

I was wondering if I could use a displayport adapter to use it on my monitor because it does not have a displayport output.

I'm assuming you meant to say input?

 

4 minutes ago, Notiqbaldaniel said:

Would that work or damage my monitor in any way?

No

 

4 minutes ago, Notiqbaldaniel said:

All hail Linus.

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Short answer: yes


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Just now, Notiqbaldaniel said:

alright thanks boys. Great help!

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