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This 10ft DVI-I dual link digital/analog video cable features two male DVI-I connectors with support for high speed data transmissions of up to 9.9Gbps between DVI devices. This cable provides a reliable, high quality connection to devices such as flat panel displays, HDTVs, Blu-Ray players, DVD players and more.
Cable Connectors: 1 x 29-pin DVI-I (Dual-Link) Male Video, 1 x 29-pin DVI-I (Dual-Link) Male Video
Cable Length: 10 ft
Product Title: StarTech.com 10 Ft DVI-I to DVI-I Cable
Power Score: 4.5 | 4 Reviews
Warranty Information: Lifetime
URL: Manufacturer Link
Core/Cladding Diameter: Not Applicable
Fiber Optic Mode: Not Applicable
Green Compliance: Yes
Cable Configuration: Not Applicable
Green Compliance: RoHS
Video Cable Type: DVI
Brand Name: StarTech.com
Second End Connector: DVI
Shipping Weight: 1.20 lb
Product Reviews (4)
Strengths: Great Cable, it does its job very well. The extra 10 feet are great when i have to wrap it around a dual monitor setup. The price was also very good, much cheaper than in stores.
This worked great for my dual 22inch monitor setup. I could wrap the extra long 10foot cable around my monitors to get to my graphics card. The DVI vs. VGA difference is amazing, better contrast and brightness. All around a great cable I definitely recommend buying it.
By hosttosucceed - Nov 27, 2006
Strengths: Works fine.
Weakness: DVI-D devices won't work with this cable.
I initially thought that all DVI cables are compatible. Apparently this is not the case. Both my computer and monitor has DVI-D (digital only) sockets. This cable is DVI-I, which means it can carry both digital and analog signal. I had to cut 4 pins and trim the wide pin a bit to make it work on the DVI-D socket. Cable just works fine: Since all the signals are digital, I guess there are really...
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I initially thought that all DVI cables are compatible. Apparently this is not the case. Both my computer and monitor has DVI-D (digital only) sockets. This cable is DVI-I, which means it can carry both digital and analog signal. I had to cut 4 pins and trim the wide pin a bit to make it work on the DVI-D socket.
Cable just works fine: Since all the signals are digital,
I guess there are really not much differences between DVI brands. You either get the signal or not.
Be careful if buying this cable: I guess almost all devices using DVI need only digital (DVI-D) cable. Don't buy a DVI-I just because you think it's "better" since it can carry both signals.
By serguzest - Jun 28, 2006
DVI-I cable review
Strengths: 10-feet is better than 6-foot length and video quality is better than with the old VGA cable
Worked very well. Improved video quality over old VGA cable, to a new LCD monitor. 10 feet is handier than usual 6 foot lengths, giving me some cable to work with as I slide my PC tower in and out of my hutch cabinet. Very helpful.
IMPORTANT: Make sure your connections are DVI-I...as there are several DVI-? connectors out there.
By redbaron41011 - Jun 22, 2006
Wonderful DVI-I Dual Link Cables
Strengths: Excellent tight conection. Ease of use. Great picture with lcd monitors.
Weakness: No weaknesses as far as cables go.
I went to the local cable store, and their prices can not even compare. The connection of these DVI-I cables was excellent and tight. There was great ease of use while connecting them. I have a HD lcd monitor running, and the picture is stunning. The analog cables could never match these DVI-I cables. This is a great product.
By hamloavies - Apr 3, 2006