Yes but none of them have two DVI inputs. You have to know the OP wants to hook two DVI plugs into one monitor, at least that is how I read it.You could try a Dell Ultrasharp. Those usually have a crapload of inputs.
Yeah, I've seen a ton of computers/cards with dual DVI out but I can't remember seeing a monitor with dual DVI in. Usually you use a splitter/switcher for that.Yes but none of them have two DVI inputs. You have to know the OP wants to hook two DVI plugs into one monitor, at least that is how I read it.
What you want is a DVI splitter. I use it at work for dual dell screens and it's ok. I don't know about gameplay, but hey...I don't game at work!
Yes, and component is great from HD gaming.Ok. Sorry for the double post but I just looked at this
It has DVI and Component. Can Component handle a HD 1080i signal?
That would be ideal wouldn't it?I have a BenQ FP241W. Not only is it an excelent display, but comes with a complete zoo of connection options...
One DVI-D Input
One Analogue Input
One S-Video Input
One Composite component Input
One HDMI Input