I recently bought an overclocked Asus version of the Nvidia GeForce 750 Ti graphics card, which came loaded with one HDMI port, two DVI connections, and VGA output. That’s insane.
VGA debuted in 1987. While it’s still found in some graphics cards, monitors, and business grade laptops, it’s time to let our VGA habit go the way of the CRT monitor. In 2010, AMD and Intel both announced they would end chipset support for VGA in 2015—Intel’s Skylake line, released this year, officially retired VGA.
As for DVI, it’s still going even though it hasn’t really been under development for years. AMD said it would phase out DVI support in 2015 as the world moves on to HDMI and DisplayPort, making good on the promise in its new Fury, Fury X, and Radeon Nano graphics cards—though Asus snuck DVI support back into its custom Strix version of the Fury. Let it die, people.