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-- About DVI Cables --

Digital Video Interface, or DVI, is a digital video cable that can be used with most newer personal computers and their monitors. DVI can be used with HDMI but does not support the digital audio that HDMI does. So those channels are left out of the connector. But unlike HDMI cables, DVI cables are able to support analog video. This has made for three different versions of the DVI cable available: DVI-A, DVI-D, and DVI-I. The DVI-A cables only support analog mode. The DVI-D version of the cable will only support digital mode. Version DVI-I of the cable has the ability to support both analog and digital modes. There are also single link and dual link versions of the DVI-D and DVI-I cables. The average consumer will only need the single link cables. But for people who require a higher video bandwidth then is provided by the single link cables there are also the dual link cables.

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