We manufacture and market a wide range of DVI video cables including DVI-A cables, DVI-D cables and DVI-I cables.
- Crystal clear digital connection for your DVI-D connections
- Supports all HDTV formats (1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p)
- Supports Computer resolution up to 1920x1200 @ 60Hz
- Bandwidth 165 MPixels/sec
- 75% larger conductors than most DVI-D cables
DVI: Digital Visual Interface. connection standard was
developed by Intel for connecting computers to digital monitors such as LCD flat panels and DLP projectors. Data is transmitted using the transition minimized differential signaling TMDS protocol,
providing a digital signal from the PC's graphics subsystem to the display. The standard specifies a single plug and connector that encompass both the new digital and legacy VGA interfaces, as well
as a digital-only plug connector. DVI handles bandwidths in excess of 160 MHz and thus supports UXGA and HDTV with a single set of links. Higher resolutions can be supported with a dual set of links.
DVI uses specialized processors to compress and decompress the data.
What is the difference between DVI-A, DVI-D and DVI-I?
- Signals for both analog and digital monitors can be carried over a DVI cable.
- A DVI-A cable will only cary the signals needed for an analog monitor.
- A DVI-D cable will only cary the signals needed for a digital monitor.
- A DVI-I cable will carry the signals needed for both analog and digital monitors.
My graphics card has a DVI-D connector on it. What cables can I use?
Either a DVI-D or DVI-I cable can be used with a DVI-D graphics card. The DVI-I provides the additional advantage of also being able to be used
with DVI-I video cards in the analog mode..