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C2G/Cables to Go 26911 2m DVI-D M/M Dual Link Digital Video Cable (6.6ft)
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- High performance cable connects PCs to flat panel displays, digital CRT displays, projectors and HDTV
- 24-pin digital video cable with transfer rates up to 9.9 Gbps
- Perfect for connecting digital displays and projectors to a PC
- The DVI-D dual link configuration provides enough bandwidth for resolutions up to 2560x1600
- Lifetime Warranty
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This precision-engineered cable is fully compliant with the DVI standard defined by DDWG (Digital Display Working Group). The DVI-D dual link configuration provides enough bandwidth for resolutions up to 2560x1600 pixels and allows high speed digital video transmission up to 9.9 Gbps. 28 AWG copper conductors are individually insulated in foam-polypropylene to minimize crosstalk, and ensure high speed, error-free transmission.
From the Manufacturer
Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is the standard interface for a high-performance connection between PCs and flat panel displays, digital CRT displays, projectors, and HDTV. DVI-D Digital Cables from Cables To Go deliver the high-performance, high-bandwidth interface needed for video displays of today while leaving headroom for the products of tomorrow. These precision-engineered cables are fully compliant with the DVI standard defined by DDWG (Digital Display Working Group). The DVD-D dual link configuration provides enough bandwidth for resolutions up to 2048 x 1536 and allows high speed digital transmission up to 9.9 Gbps.
- Connectors: DVI-D Dual-Link 24-pin Male to DVI-D Dual Link 24-pin Male
- Dual link digital signaling allows for high speed transmission up to 9.9 Gbps
- Shielded undermold protects against unwanted EMI/RFI interference
- 28AWG copper conductors are individually insulated in foam-polypropylene to minimize cross talk, ensuring high-speed, error-free transmission
- Tri-shielded with dual Mylar foil and braid shield reduces interference
- Gold-plated contacts provide full conductivity with no data loss
- Supports hot plugging of DVI display devices
- PC and Mac compatible
- Resolutions up to 2048 x 1536
- Supports digital signal only
- Compatible with Flat Panel Displays, Digital CRT Displays, Projectors, and HDTV
- Meets DVI DDWG Standard
- PC99 color-coded: white
Top customer reviews
Back in the days where all signals were passed along analog cables, there was indeed somewhat of a difference in the quality of the image or sound received at the far end of the cable, especially on a long run of cable.
Digital is another story, but the cable making companies don't want you to know that ... it would destroy their cash cow. $10 DVI cables deliver just as well at $70 ones. $3 HDMI cables do exactly the same job as $50 ones. So don't be fooled. The cables are passing data, not signal. If all the data reaches the far end, you're going to get it from your viewing/listening device. And as long as there isn't a defect in the cable, all the data WILL reach the far end.
Why am I getting a DVI cable at this late date? Well, I bought a 28" Viewsonic monitor for $250, which is a great deal in itself. It only had VGA and DVI inputs. I got a video card with both outputs, and I'm driving a dual monitor set up out of the one card. To buy a monitor with HDMI would have cost another $100, and it would have had the same performance. HDMI is not superior to DVI, its just a smaller connection ... plus it also carries sound. Since my monitor doesn't have speakers, that isn't an issue.
I've used this cable for seven years now without a problem.
Highly recommended cable as a good value.
The monitors I connected to my PC: ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED 22-Inch (21.5-Inch Vis) Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Monitor with Integrated Stereo Speakers. These monitors are a great deal too, with fantastic picture and low quality sound to be honest.
The high-quality graphics card I used for my 4-monitor system: Nvidia Quadro Nvs 450 PCIE16 512MB GDDR3 4PORT To Dvi Cable.
Things work out well when you get your longer cables ahead of time, otherwise you might run out to the local store for convenience and pay a lot more.
Product descriptions are misleading not as advertised, contradictory or shippers are deliberately shipping the wrong cables for the description. Amazon should make them fix it.
Cables To Go 26911 DVI-D Male/Male Dual Link Digital Video Cable,Black(2 Meter/6.56 Feet)
"Supports digital signal only" = Dual Link would imply Digital and Analog signal
"PC99 color-coded: white" = my cables came black
"Dual link digital signaling allows for high speed transmission up to 9.9 Gbps" = Yellow Knife package says 10.2 Gbps
"Resolutions up to 2048 x 1536" = must be in WQUXGA Single link? Packaging says 1920x1080P
Supports digital signal only = no sheet ? then should the descrption read as
Cables To Go 26911 DVI-D Male/Male Single Link Digital Video Cable,Black(2 Meter/6.56 Feet)
I am connecting two monitors, one DVI and one VGA, to a KVM switch. I use a regular KVM cable with VGA ports to cary one set of video, mouse, keyboard, sound, and other USB traffic. But that cable does not include DVI ports. So I bought this cable to carry the DVI signal. It doesn't sing or dance, but it doesn't cause any issues. I do recommend it as a reliable product.