|Item model number||B087B-005B|
|Item Weight||7.7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.4 x 8.2 x 10.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||1.37 x 8.15 x 10.78 inches|
Accell B087B-005B UltraAV DisplayPort to DVI-D Active Single-Link Adapter - AMD EyefinityTM Certified
|Price:||$19.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Connector_On_First_End - 1 x DisplayPort Male Digital Audio/Video
- Connector_On_Second_End - 1 x DVI-D Single-Link Male Digital Video
- Cable_Type - DVI
- Color - Black
- Conductor - Copper
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From the Manufacturer
The UltraAV® DisplayPort to DVI Single-Link Active adapter features a protocol converter that accepts a single-mode 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 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 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.
- Connect a Single-Mode 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
- 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.
Top Customer Reviews
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Rest assured, this adapter works perfectly for my setup: HDTV @1920x1080 on card DVI, 22" monitor @ 1680x1050 on card DVI, 22" monitor @ 1680x1050 on DisplayPort > DVI with this adapter. Native resolution looks great, no artifacts, no problems so far. Check out my video review if you're still unsure.
I picked one of these so that I could use my new HD5700 series ATI card with 3 individual 1920x1080 monitors (all DVI). Some people report that theirs works immediately, some have trouble. When I plugged mine in, it fired up immediately and I thought, "great ATI certification was worth it...", only it wasn't working as I expected. The graphics card would not output a resolution any greater than 1440x900 to the display connected to the Displayport adapter. I have two different models of display and neither one worked. In fact, I got a message whenever powering up a new display which stated that there was an error (vague, very vague, with no real indication of what the error was).
I have a friend who works with Displayport test equipment and asked him to physically force a 1920x1080 signal through the adapter. It turned out that the graphics card was not negotiating things correctly, and the adapter worked. Now, nearly a 2 weeks after purchasing the adapter I know it works, but does not play well with the graphics card. I spent 2 days doing research on how to force output resolution with the Catalyst Control Center, only to find that feature seems to have been deleted at some point. AMD's website states that forced resolution is possible on all versions of Catalyst 9.7 and up, but good luck finding the "force" button.
Finally, I found a beautiful ray of sunshine in an obscure forum post. Accell has new firmware that fixes many of these known problems (All? Not sure, but it fixed mine). I am wondering if the people having problems have the old firmware, and people seeing them work off the bat have the new version.Read more ›
Also, while switching between Eyefinity SLS mode and normal 3x1 extend mode, this adapter often will put the attached monitor into "sleep" mode, requiring me to tell the computer to put all screens in that state and revive them, sometimes several times, before it activates. This also occasionally happens when resuming the monitors from sleep when I've been away from the computer for a while.
I had hoped that this would save me from having to buy one of the $100 USB-powered adapters, but it seems I'm not so lucky.
Cons: Every now and then, several times per hour and seemingly randomly, my monitor will go black for 2 or 3 seconds. During bad spells the converter will go dead and shut off which requires me to crawl under my desk to disconnect and reconnect the converter from the video card.
There's a firmware update available from the manufacturer that fixed all the problems I was having. Works great now!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked perfectly for years with my XFX ATI RADEON 5770 series video card, I had (3) 26" 1080p monitors, cable worked perfectly.Published 26 days ago by G-Man
Solid product that i still use to this day for my AMD Eye-infinity setupPublished 2 months ago by Neal
Maybe I should have given this 5 stars ... but how are you supposed to love a cable?
Anyhow, my new laptop had a docking station, I needed this cable to connect a second... Read more
Does its job. You can run 3+ monitors on your AMD card no problem with one of these. Don't waste your time on a passive cable for a 3 monitor setup you need an active one like this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by zach
This makes three monitors possible on my computer. My computer requires two of these to make all three monitors work, but well worth it.Published 5 months ago by S. Bennett
Works perfectly on my AMD / ATI XFX HD5770 card providing me with 3 displays running at their native resolution from the single graphics card. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Erik Weiman
Hooked up my 3rd monitor with it... I see stuff on my third monitor so it must be working.Published 7 months ago by pkodyssey