After getting used to my MacBook C2D, I'm enjoying the switch and had planned an switching path for the two remaining PCs in the household. Dilemma My 15" monitor on the family PC had been dying for a few months. I was hoping it would hold out until WWDC as I planned on replacing it with an iMac and wanted to wait and see if a new iMac would be announced. Note the tense: had been dying. It is now dead. So, I've had to rethink my switching path. The eventual switch was going replace my main production system with a MacPro, but now we need a monitor for the family PC. I'm still willing to hold out on the iMac purchase, so I'm thinking that, rather than throw money at a cheap monitor in the meantime, I would go for the 30" Cinema Display for the main system and use its current monitor for the family PC. Then wait until June. So, a quick look at the Cinema displays reveals that I need: Windows PC and graphics card that supports DVI ports with dual-link digital bandwidth and VESA DDC standard for plug-and-play setup I have an Aopen PCX6600 DV128 card, whose specs are as follows: http://usa.aopen.com/products_detail.aspx?Auno=1393 Is this enough to power the 30" Apple Cinema Display? Or do I have to upgrade that as well? Thanks in advance, Cams, a switcher in mid switch.