What is the difference between connect VGA or HDMI?

Hey Gang,

I already have all the information I needed regarding the difference between the use of a PC monitor compared to a HD TV flat screen.
Thanks to all who responded. I have another related question, that I should have asked at the same time, but I just found my PC & did not know that my 21 "HP monitor has a VGA & HDMI connector, as well as my desktop HP pavilion 'P' series computer. I believe that the HDMI is for monitors capable of 1090 X 1200 HD, however the VGA is for the best score of my monitor resolution 600 X 900, is - this correct?
I have an adapter that allows to my my (HP monitor cable) VGA connector to fit my HDMI connector on my desk. I'm wrong by plugging into the HDMI, rather than directly on my Desktop VGA connector? Or is the HDMI only for a higher (true HD) resolution monitor? Does still a difference in the views of quality, which connector I chose for my monitor? Or is it better to keep VGA to VGA, which is the type of connector and cable that my monitor provided with?  I guess I need to improve my monitor at a higher resolution of true HD, but it baffles me why they give me either on my low resolution PC HD monitor. I have an integrated graphics stock, which is not a beat regardless of what I am posting. I was planning on upgrading my monitor for a large screen size & true HD resolution. I have a 2.9 Ghz chip decent quad-core phenom on a MSI mainboard w update / 8G of ram, W/7 64 bit running. Should I myself need a better graphics card to get the full potential of a more recent true HD resolution monitor?

Thanks for all help you.
Best regards, ovenmaker

"VGA is the best grade of my monitor resolution 600 X 900, is - this correct? "

VGA will go up to 1920 X 1080 and beyond. Is 1920 x 1080 HD/1080 p when used on up to 24 "monitor.
DVI is a little sharper VGA with text, but not dramatically enough to notice without
Comparison of the two systems in parallel.

HDMI is really necessary or desirable, when you use the audio - IMO.

True HD monitor? Depends on the size. A 27 "1440 p monitor requires much more
graphics power than a 24 "1920 X 1080 monitor. 1440 p also requires a Dual Link DVI DVI vs.
-If your use of bold text is anything to go by, I guess, like me, you might find it difficult to
read text on a monitor with a resolution of 1 440 per I even put Windows to use 125% the size of text on my monitor 24 " .
-1920 X 1080 on a 27 "monitor result is something less than HD resolution.
Just guessing but maybe 720 p.

There are a number of integrated graphic card "stock". The Intel 3000 and 4000 are reasonably
powerful. I don't know what is the graphics card integrated to your MSI mobo, but it depends on what you want to do with the machine. For General Windows, browsing the web, watching video, is everything you do then the integrated graphic card should be enough.
If you want to play games then the details of the integrated graphic card should be called.
Many aboard the integrated graphics card are not as good with games like the latest processor based
integrated graphics card.

The only problem with the addition of a dedicated graphics card is if the power supply can
handle the additional load. The level of graphics card the more power required.
.

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