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HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, and DVI as Fast As Possible

Display connectors like HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, and DVI can be confusing for even seasoned techies! What are the differences? Which one should I use?

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Sam Woody Charles : I know its old. But if you have a 1.4 HDMI cable, but a 2.0 HDMI port is it reverse compatible? Is it the same for displayport? Or can i just fus roh dah everything...
Ujjwal Kakar : Linus(2014): VGA is old and used in antiques
Sweating Me(2020): Still using VGA
Edward : Dose HDMI 2.0 support 144hz? The only cable I have for 144hz display is an old DVI. I'm I doing something wrong or is DVI the ONLY 144hz cable option?

FAQ - What's The Difference Between DVI Types?


Hello, and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the different styles of DVI.

DVI is a common video type used on many computers and monitors. It stands for Digital Visual Interface…but that doesn’t really tell you anything you need to know.

What you DO need to know are the different styles, because it can often cause confusion.

There are 3 styles of DVI: DVI-A, DVI-D, and DVI-I.

Let’s start off by looking at DVI-A. DVI-A has pretty much been phased out and isn’t used on newer equipment. The “A” stands for Analog and carries an analog signal. We’ll get to why this is important in just a moment. DVI-A is capable of a maximum resolution of 1920x1080. The pin arrangement features 4 pins around a flat pin. And 12 additional pins.

DVI-D is much more common and the “D” stands for Digital and carries a digital signal. Because DVI-D is a digital signal and DVI-A is an analog signal, you are not able to use a DVI-D cable with DVI-A equipment. Or vice versa. Because the signals are incompatible.

DVI-D is available in two styles, Single Link and Dual Link.

DVI-D Single Link uses a pin arrangement of a single flat pin. And two blocks of pins, each with 9 a piece. It is capable of maximum resolution of 1920x1080 at 4.59 Gbps.

DVI-D Dual Link uses a pin arrangement of a single flat pin. And 3 solid rows of 8 pins each. It is capable of maximum resolution of 2048x1536 at 9.9 Gbps.

A Single Link cable sends one digital signal at a time, while a Dual Link can send two signals. This is what allows for the higher data flow and larger resolution.

A Dual Link cable can always be used in place of a Single Link cable with no problems. A Single Link cable can sometimes be used in place of a Dual Link cable, but it would depend on your system requirements.

DVI-I is also very common and the “I” stands for Integrated and is capable of carrying either a Digital or Analog signal. So it can be used with either DVI-D or DVI-A.

DVI-I is also available in both Single Link and Dual Link styles.

DVI-I Single Link uses a pin arrangement of a flat pin surrounded by 4 pins. And two blocks of pins, each with 9 a piece. It is capable of resolution up to 1600x1200 at 4.95 Gbps.

DVI-I Dual Link uses a pin arrangement of a single flat pin surrounded by 4 pins. And 3 solid rows of 8 pins each. It is capable of resolution up to 2048x1536 at 9.9 Gbps.

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Walavii VGC : Hi, if I want to connect a dvi-d single to hdmi cable, in a dvi-d dual (output) of my phrafic card, it works?
Duramax 707 : Can I use a dual link dvi d cable if my pc has a dual link dvi I
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eroughy due : There are a million videos like this. How about a video about what you can do it your monitor has different options than your pc?
Molon Labe : 2:26 "A dual link cable can always be used in place of a single link cable".............just what I wanted to know, thank you.
Rey : Can i connect dvi a in dvi d video card?
Arslan Muzaffar : Is anyone having audio format ?
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Jason : Can a DVI-D fit into a DVI-I port (both dual link)?

Differences of DVI and D Sub

In addition to digital, some DVI connectors also have pins that pass an analog signal, which can be used to connect an analog monitor. The analog pins are the four that surround the flat blade on a DVI-I or DVI-A connector.As already mentioned, a DVI-D connector sends out a digital signal only, whereas a DVI-I connector can send both a digital signal (for digital displays, such as flat panel LCD monitors) and an analog signal (for older displays, such as a CRT monitor) using a DVI to VGA adapter.The main difference between VGA and DVI is in picture quality and the way the video signals travel. VGA connectors and cables carry analog signals while DVI can carry both analog and digital. DVI is newer and offers better, sharper display compared to VGA.


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