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How to Buy The Right DVI Cable

        We all have encountered DVI's and some of us don’t really bother to know what it means or what is it for. We don’t take time to understand that the tiny port has a great impact on a video card. Nor do we bother to check the benefit we are enjoying because of it in our computers

          "DVI Cables" stands for Digital Video Interface used to connect computers. We have the evolution of the Analog signal to digital to thank for its development. There are tons of connection types available in the market which can be quite confusing; the wrong type of cable used in a connection can cost a lot of trouble. Figuring out the right type of connection that works well before plugging it is advisable.

       One common transformation that homeowners want to do to their computers is to make it a multimedia powerhouse. With the right video card, a state of the art LCD monitor as big as you want and a storage space this dream is easy to accomplish. LCD monitors have ports used to connect with your computer. You'll need to have a DVI cable to do this.

Understanding Formats:

There are three types of connections available that one must need to familiarize to avoid future confusion,


DVI cable

  • also known as DVI-D
  • True Digital Video connection
  • Cannot be used with equipment that do not recognize DVI-D or HDMI formats
  • Used for direct connections between video cards and etc., and monitors like the LCD
  • Provides high quality image at a faster rate
  • also known as DVI-A
  • High Resolution Analog connection
  • Used to bring DVI signal to an analog display like a monitor or low cost LCD.
  • VGA and DVI-A carry the same signal that is why it is common for connecting the two
  • Some quality disturbance is often evident during conversion
3.Digital Video Interface: 
  • also known as DVI-I
  • Known to be the best connector/ion
  • Capable of sending out digital to digital or analog to analog signals
  • Versatile and can b e used in both analog or digital connection

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Recognizing DVI cables:

        In every connector there are two things to look out for because each one has different characteristics. It is crucial to know how each type looks before buying to save money.

1.Flat pin:

  • determines if the cable is digital or analog
  • A flat pin with four  pins around it is either I or A
  • Alone it denotes it’s a DVI-D

2.Varies on cable if it’s a single, dual or analog link:

        • Single: have 2 separated 9 pin sets
        • Dual: solid 24 pin sets
        • Analog: separated 8 and 4 pin


Deciding what cable to use:

    Depending on the equipment used, connection ports will vary. Check the ports on the  equipment to be used and ensure that what you get will be compatible. Choosing the wrong cable and forcing it to the port will cause serious harm to your whole system.

  1. One or both connector is a DVI-A : DVI-A cable
  2. One or both connector is a DVI-D : DVI-D cable
  3. All connections are DVI-I: any type will do
  4. If one connection is analog and the other digital: Forget it!, no connection is possible

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