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Accell B087B-006B UltraAV Mini DisplayPort to DVI-D Single-Link Active Adapter ATI Certified (Black)

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  • Connect a Single-Mode Mini DisplayPort Enabled Computer to a DVI-D Monitor, TV or Projector
  • Active Adapter Protocol Converter Converts a Single-Mode DisplayPort signal to Single-Link DVI
  • Supports TV Resolutions of up to 1080p and up to 1920x1200 (reduced blanking) for Computers
  • Sends Extended Colors up to 8-Bits per Component for Millions of Colors
  • ATI Eyefinity Validated by AMD
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  • Brand Name: Accell
  • Model: B087B-006B
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Hardware Platform: Pc
  • Weight: 118 grams
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  • Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 8.2 x 10.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004071ZXA
  • Item model number: B087B-006B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 27, 2010

Product Description

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From the Manufacturer

The UltraAV® Mini DisplayPort to DVI Single-Link Active adapter features a protocol converter that accepts a single-mode Mini DisplayPort output from your video source such as a PC or laptop computer. Using your DVI cable, connect the adapter to a DVI monitor or projector.
The adapter works with all DVI-D single-link monitors, displays and projectors, supporting a display resolution of up to WUXGA (1920x1200) at 8 bits of color per component. The UltraAV adapter offers user friendly and seamless conversion between a DisplayPort graphic source and DVI display device.

UltraAV® Adapters Feature Superior Construction

Accell UltraAV DisplayPort to DVI adapter offers superb performance and reliability. Manufactured to the latest DisplayPort and DVI specifications, this cable is engineered using advanced active cable technology for the highest performance and quality.

ATI Eyefinity™ Multi-Display Validated

This validation is awarded only to those products that have undergone extensive synthetic and real-world testing. This process helps ensure an optimal experience when using ATI Eyefinity Technology.

Easily Connects Your DisplayPort Enabled PC to a DVI-D Monitor, TV or Projector

The Mini DisplayPort to DVI Single-Link active adapter is fully compliant to both DPCP (DisplayPort Content Protection) and HDCP (High-Definition Content Protection) ensuring full compatibility and successful transmission of video content. The adapters Mini DisplayPort interface supports DisplayPort v1.1a and is DVI output compliant to the DDWG 1.0 standard. The adapter supports all HDTV resolutions including 1080p and color depths of up to 24-bits delivering the flexibility to meet most display application needs.

Key features

  • Connect a Single-Mode Mini DisplayPort Enabled Computer to a DVI-D Monitor, TV or Projector
  • Active Adapter Protocol Converter Converts a Single-Mode Mini DisplayPort signal to Single-Link DVI
  • Supports TV Resolutions of up to 1080p and up to 1920x1200 (reduced blanking) for Computers
  • Sends Extended Colors up to 8-Bits per Component for Millions of Colors
  • Features a Self-Powered Design, No External Power is Needed
  • (*Please note, features are subject to the capabilities of the computer and graphics solution..)

2-Year Manufacturers Replacement Warranty

This product is warranted by Accell Corporation to be free of defects in material and workmanship for 2 year to the original purchaser. For warranty details please visit www.accellcables.com.

Product Description

The UltraAV Mini DisplayPort to DVI Single-Link Active adapter features a protocol converter that accepts a single-mode Mini DisplayPort output from your video source such as a PC or laptop computer. Using your DVI cable, connect the adapter to a DVI monitor or projector. The adapter works with all DVI-D single-link monitors, displays and projectors, supporting a display resolution of up to WUXGA (1920x1200) at 8 bits of color per component. The UltraAV adapter offers user friendly and seamless conversion between a DisplayPort graphic source and DVI display device. The Mini DisplayPort to DVI Single-Link active adapter is fully compliant to both DPCP (DisplayPort Content Protection) and HDCP (High-Definition Content Protection) ensuring full compatibility and successful transmission of video content. The adapters Mini DisplayPort interface supports DisplayPort v1.1a and is DVI output compliant to the DDWG 1.0 standard. The adapter supports all HDTV resolutions including 1080p and color depths of up to 24-bits delivering the flexibility to meet most display application needs.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I've been using it for about a month and it's still working perfectly.
Blake
I wanted to add a third monitor to my ATI/AMD Radeon 6870 graphics card, so I bought this and it works just fine.
runekey
This adapter worked great and I'd recommend it to anyone who needs one.
Zak

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A. Mandeville VINE VOICE on February 23, 2011
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If your running more than 2 monitors on a 6900 series card you will need to use a displayport for the 3/4/5/6th monitors. In my case dual 28's and a 42 for the primary editor. The only down side of this adaptor is the 1920x1200 native res but the up side is of course price. ALL other adaptors that are active and support a higher res require a secondary power source, usually a usb leg. Also they run in th $90 range. On the other hand u can have a 1080p / 1920x1200 res with this unit for 30 bucks. Plugs in and your off to multi display your llittle heart out. Works like a charm on my 6950 2g xfx card. no drivers no nothing, plug and play.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Chris Schellenbach on February 16, 2011
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If you would like to use this with a ATI Radeon HD 5770 on a Mac Pro, you need ALL your mini display to DVI adapters to be ACTIVE i.e. this product. Don't do what I did and buy one, and think it doesn't work, when the third monitor doesn't activate. I ended up buying 2 duel-link mini-display port adapters soon after I discovered it didn't work properly (I was using one active display adapter, and one passive one along with the DVI), then tried my Accell with a duel-link adapter, and discovered it worked. I quickly bought a second adapter, and returned the duel link adapter since they're $99 a pop. I almost gave apple $200 for an inferior product, I ended spending a little over $60 for both adapters, that ended up doing the exact same thing. Just remember, for every mini display port you have, you need active adapter if you would like more then 2 displays. Excellent product! Great price!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Michael Sellers on November 2, 2010
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This adapter works with AMD/ATI HD 6870 video card for three LCDs lacking displayports (46" Samsung hdmi, 2x 21" Viewsonics dvi) using AMD Eyefinity.
I am glad to have found a less expensive solution for the maximum of two HDMI/DVI display ports on AMD/ATI new video cards.
It is really is too bad AMD/ATI won't engineer their new video cards to support both DVI and the HDMI port simultaneously.

UPDATE: Two weeks in and the adapter is still working as advertised. I am really enjoying three monitors. 1.Email 2.Media Center TV 3.Internet = Nerdvana!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Okhehe on June 9, 2012
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I wasted a lot of time messing around with different combinations of adapters to get 3 displays working on a 2010 Mac Pro with Radeon GPU. The bottom line is that if you are using DVI based displays, you need ACTIVE adapters on the two mini display ports. The third DVI display can go straight from the DVI port on the card. Don't waste your time and PCIe slot space by putting another GPU in just for an additional third screen. These adapters are what you need, and they are cheaper than the overpriced Apple "active" adapters.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JNX on September 24, 2013
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As stated, they are AMD approved for use with their Radeon-based video cards. I have the XFX 7970 (p/n FX-797A-TDJC) video card installed in my early 2009 Mac Pro (NOTE: completely unsupported by Apple) running Mountain Lion (ver. 10.8.5). As I learned, these ACTIVE adapters are required when connecting two or more monitors to the mini displayports to DVI monitors. Two monitors were fine and easy, but for optimal viewing with my three monitors, I opted to do one in the DVI-D and the other two in the mini displayports. I'm sure other combinations of the ports would work, but when I did DVI-D + DVI-S + DP the monitor in the DVI-S port would flicker on/off from time to time.

I just received my adapters about 45mins ago and I'm rocking all three monitors again. I'll update this review later if anything bad happens (knock on wood), but if not, then you can assume everything is still running great as of the date of this review.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Kern-Mount on October 31, 2011
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Let's start off by saying both AMD's (ATI)documentation and their OEM vendors documentation is terrible. I bought my Radeon 6870 with the idea that I would power 3 monitors (or more) from a single video adapter. It turns out this is completely possible as long as you have one of the *ACTIVE* Mini Displayport Adapters. (I can't stress the word *ACTIVE* enough).

Buried in the AMD support site is a helpful table that describes all of the multi-monitor configurations that are supported by these 6800 series cards. In my case, I could power two monitors on the two DVI ports, but I needed an Active Mini Displayport adapter such as this product to power an addition one.

And luckily for me, this one did the trick after I screwed-up and purchases a cheaper and non-active one. The only CON with this product is that it's kinda pricey compared to the el-cheapo passive adapters. Why only 4 stars? I wish it was less expensive.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 4815162342 on February 26, 2014
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I bought two of these because my GPU has 2xminiDP outputs on the back of the unit. But after trying to configure a triple-monitor setup I learned that my graphics card (HD 7950) doesn't allow you to use both mini-DP ports at the same time for some reason (bandwidth?). So I rationalized the purchase of two by storing away the second one in case things go south with the first (will update review if that happens). Anyhow, the cable works great and EyeFinity works fine. To get the three monitors up and running i used: 1xDVI, 1xmini-DP(using this cable to convert to DVI to plug into monitor) and 1xHDMI. Only with this combination was I able to get it working. I'm getting mild, intermittent tearing on two of the monitors, but since i can't be certain it has to do with the cable itself it won't affect my review. I've read this is due to the DVI, HDMI and mini-DP ports' frequencies occasionally getting out of sync. Also, the cable is super-short (serious design flaw for 99% of people i'd imagine) you'll probably want to buy a DVI male-to-male 6ft extension so it will reach your monitor. No USB dongle for power required. Good buy for the money i suppose. PM me if you have similar hardware and have questions.
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