8in DisplayPort™ 1.1 Male to DVI-D™ Female Adapter Cable
Enjoy PC video content on virtually any high-definition digital display; supports full 1080p resolution
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This adapter converts a DisplayPort signal for viewing on a DVI-equipped display. Connect the adapter directly to the PC. Then use your DVI cable between the adapter and the display, and enjoy PC video content on virtually any high-definition digital video display. Features 8in dongle-style adapter, nickel-plated DisplayPort connector, molded DVI connector, 28 AWG copper wire, Aluminum shielding to protect against EMI/RFI. Supports full 1080p resolution.
Please Note: 1.1 supports a single video source, and our DisplayPort cables and adapters support this specification. For reference, version 1.2, as it occurs in the future, will support multiple video streams for such devices that require the additional bandwidth.This DisplayPort adapter operates passively and is designed for use with dual mode graphics cards often designated with <(>&<)>ldquo;D++<(>&<)>rdquo;. Although the vast majority of source devices with DisplayPort are dual mode, it is recommended that you consult with your computer or graphics card manufacture to verify compatibility with passive adapters.
Connector 1: (1) DisplayPort Male
Connector 2: (1) DVI-D Dual Link Female
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• Video input - DisplayPort
• Video output options - VGA, HDMI, DVI-D
• Maximum video resolution - 1920 x 1200
• Cable length - 8.0in
• Housing materials - Plastic
Q & A
•Connect a DisplayPort-enabled computer to a DVI monitor. Dell® and other PC manufacturers are starting to include DisplayPort on their computers in addition to or for replacing other video outputs. (DisplayPort is about the size of HDMI™ and thus takes up less space than a VGA port allowing PC makers to make thinner laptops). Many current monitors do not have DisplayPort. This adapter cable allows users to connect their monitors to their new computers.