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Accell B087B-002B UltraAV DisplayPort to DVI-D Dual-Link Adapter - Black
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Connect a DisplayPort Enabled PC to a DVI Dual-Link Monitor
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.
Fully DisplayPort and DVI Compliant
The DisplayPort to DVI Dual-Link 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 adapter supports DVI Dual-Link resolutions of up to 2560x1600 (WQXGA) and all HDTV resolutions including 1080p. The UltraAV DP to DVI Dual-Link adapter supports up to 36-bit color depths delivering the flexibility to meet most display application needs.
The DisplayPort to DVI adapter is ideal for converting an available DisplayPort output to DVI on a video card with only 2 DVI Dual-Link outputs. This application provides 3 DVI Dual-Link outputs for maximizing your field of view across up to three DVI Dual-Link displays, perfect for gaming. Or display three applications simultaneously such as stock quotes, a spread sheet and the internet.
- Transfers Uncompressed High-Definition Digital Video Signals
- Supports DVI Dual-Link Resolutions up to 2560x1600 (WQXGA) and 1080p HDTV’s
- Supports up to 36-Bit Color for Billions of Colors
- Supports all DVI-D Dual-Link and DVI-D Single-Link Monitors
- Engineered for a Fast and Easy Set-up, No Software to Install
What’s in the Box
DisplayPort to DVI Dual-Link Adapter
Top Customer Reviews
I am running two HD 5870's in crossfire.
As most know that have brought the New ATI 5000 series card it requires three different signals to make Eyefinity work this is why 3 DVI/HDMI signals will not work as they can only handle two and that is where Displayport is needed to add that third signal.
Dont believe all the BS about NON ACTIVE (DP to DVI) or (DP to VGA) adapters working to save money.. to put it simple they WILL NOT!
You need this Adapter to make Eyefinity work if all your currant monitors are DVI/HDMI and do not have a Displayport input.
Only one of your three monitors will need this adapter.
What this adapter does is convert one of your currant DVI/HDMI monitors into a Displayport monitor that both Windows and ATI drivers see as one.
You can buy three NEW 21.5" 16:9 DVI/HDMI Monitors with true 1080p @ 1920x1080rez and this adapter for one of them, still have the same quailty and pay less then what ONE Displayport monitor cost new.
For all of you people out there having issues with this ACTIVE adapter blinking off and on or staying in sleep mode, you might want to make sure that under POWER Management you have USB selective suspend setting disabled. The only issues I have had is the same as people that have set-ups with all Displayport monitors and thats some flickering on the bottom of the screens and that is do to Drivers,... NOT this adapter.
More then likely this issue will be ironed out with more mature Drivers. I hope this info helps some people!
-------------------- Original Review-------------------
If you go to [...]you will see all the issues people are having. It is a BizLink adapter rebranded (also the same as the dell or sapphire) and unfortunately if you are pushing high resolutions in eyefinity it has the dreaded screen flicker in most cases. In my case the screen is actually flickering 50% of the time and is unusable. This might be an ATI problem and not an Accel one but his product is listed as "approved hardware for eyefinity" by ATI yet fails to function properly in a majority of cases.
Spare yourself the trouble get a display with built in displayport functionality, if this is not fixed in the next version of catalyst I am returning this product if I can.
* Works with 3-monitor ATI Eyefinity (I'm using a Sapphire ATI 5770 card)
* Works at Dual-Link 2560x1600 resolution (using it now)
* Solved my flickering red pixel problem on my Dell 3007WFP-HC (not sure what this was caused by - monitor and/or card incompatibility)
* Truly active adapter (I've bought some that said "active technology" but didn't work with 3-monitor Eyefinity.
* Appears to have high build quality
* Built-in latch for DisplayPort connector
* 2-year replacement warranty
* Seems power efficient - the unit does not seem to get all that warm
* Easy setup
* Hard to open packaging - don't cut yourself opening it
* [IMPORTANT] May seem to work at first, but may exhibit very annoying flickering/blanking later
* Requires a USB port for power. Mine is plugged into a self-powered USB hub which I suspect is the best way to power the unit with a minimum of problems.
* Significantly cheaper passive adapters will most likely not work with a 3-monitor Eyefinity setup, even some that claim "active tech" will not work
* Designed in USA, made in China
UPDATE 2010-03-15: I woke up this morning to severe flickering on my Dell 3007WFP-HC. I don't know why it just happened this morning after working fine for a few days. I turned the monitor off and on a few times and finally got it stable again. I'd like to find the cause of this. Someone reported it's an ATI BIOS issue and I'm doing some research on that. I'm knocking a star off until I find the problem.Read more ›
Connecting through single-link DVI or Displayport results in a 1280x800 picture - only 1/4 of the resolution. It's not usable on a 30" monitor.
I plugged this adapter into the laptop's docking station, both the USB and DisplayPort connectors. The Dell laptop immediately recognized the display, and ran at 2560x1600. There hasn't been any flickering like others reported, and no reboot was needed.
Thanks Accell for making this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Defective. After about an hour display gets very snowy and unusable. Have to unplug the adapter's USB then plug it back in to reset for another hour or so.Published 27 days ago by RandyJoe
Absolutely useful for gaming.
This Displayport to DVI converter / adapter does exactly what I was looking for, although it is sad that one must purchase additional devices and... Read more
Don't buy! It worked okay after the first hour. Now my monitor flashes on and off all the time . upset!Published 1 month ago by Cordero Gallegos
It works kinda... I keep getting screen flicker and other odd image issues with it.Published 1 month ago by Dustin Clayton
This will convert 3840x2160 (UHD) at 30Hz correctly from Mini DisplayPort to dual link DVI. Saved me on a project. Bought twelve of them. Very sturdy construction. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Mast
Works as designed with an MSI laptop with mini DisplayPort to a Dell WFP3007-HC at 2560x1600Published 3 months ago by M. Green
I read the reviews, I wanted this to work still. It would flicker randomly and I'd have to go and unplug then replug the adapter in the PC and it'd be fine again, this would happen... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Frank Ramon
I have had this product since Sept of 2012. I works great and I almost gave it 4 stars if I had not found a simple solution to a problem I had; the purpose of this review is to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Dominguez