A technician is preparing to connect a dual monitor setup for a desktop workstation. The video card in the workstation supports both VGA and DVI-I outputs. One of the monitors has VGA and DVI-D inputs, while the other monitor only supports VGA. The technician has a VGA cable and a DVI-D cable at their disposal. Which of the following solutions is the MOST efficient for utilizing the available cables and achieving the maximum display quality across both monitors?
Connect both monitors using VGA cables with a VGA splitter from the video card's VGA output.
Use the VGA cable for the monitor with both inputs and the DVI-D cable for the monitor with only VGA input.
Connect the monitor that only supports VGA with the DVI-D cable using an adapter and use the VGA cable for the other monitor.
Use the DVI-D cable for the monitor with both VGA and DVI-D inputs and the VGA cable for the other monitor.
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