No worries if the monitor is a desktop PC one that lets you choose framerate
Originally Posted by Buster[NOR]
^ However, if you live in the NTSC region, then check power outlet before you turn it on. If the power outlet does not allow 220V connections, then you still need a converter to get around possible "regional electric current"-triggered problems as a result of an outlet that does not support PAL device connections, as consoles like Gamecube can be sensitive to any inability to give it just the right amount of power to work(whether it's receiving significantly less power to do anything with pal games, or even too much power to work w/o one)
^ No. of Volts received to connections by region: PAL:220V to NTSC:110V)...
Last edited by gregjammer; 9th April 2013 at 12:40 AM.
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