Re: [OFF-TOPIC] Sun screens on PCs?
>>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen Zander <email@example.com> writes:
Stephen> I've not done this, mainly because I have a newer Sun
Stephen> monitor with a second VGA-compatible connection, but you
Stephen> might try
Stephen> <URL:http://ume.med.ucalgary.ca/usenet/Sun/0460.html> and
Stephen> follow the links.
Actually, I just bothered to read those pages & they're crap. The
follwoing might be of more use:
365-1020 Sony 16" color monitor
115VAC only, 4BNC connector. Operates at a resolution of 1152 x
900, 66Hz vertical refresh rate, and 61.8KHz horizontal sync
365-1063 Sony 16" color monitor
Same as the 365-1020 but with a 13W3 connector.
365-1113 Sony 16" Multiscan monitor
115/240VAC, FCC-B/VCCI-2, 13W3 connector. Operates at the
following resolutions and sync frequencies:
944 x 736 84Hz vert, 70.8KHz horiz 17" overscan
1076 x 824 76Hz vert, 71.7KHz horiz 17" overscan
1152 x 900 66Hz vert, 61.8KHz horiz 16" underscan
1152 x 900 76Hz vert, 71.7KHz horiz 16" underscan
1280 x 1024 67Hz vert, 71.7KHz horiz 16" underscan
365-1151 Sony 16" Multiscan monitor
115/240VAC, FCC-B/VCCI-2, 13W3 connector on integral 1.2M video
cable. Operates at the following resolutions and sync
1152 x 900 66Hz vert, 61.8KHz horiz
1024 x 800 74Hz vert, 61.9KHz horiz
365-1159 Sony 16" Multiscan monitor
Same as 365-1113, but has VLF.
Note that the 1152x900 mode is the one all older Sparc video cards
use. That would be what I'd start with if you can find spec for th
monitor you've got. I Also have no idea whether you can get non-X
support for such a mode.
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