What is single link and dual link DVI

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What’s the difference between Single Data-Link and Dual Data-Link DVI?

A Single-Link (also known as a Single Data-Link) cable uses a single transmitter to send information across. A Dual-Link (or Dual Data-Link) DVI cable uses two transmitters and can relay a great deal more information and data across the wire (almost twice as much). This increase in data manifests as improved image quality, signal strength, and greater resolution support. Physically a Dual-Link cable will contain many more pins than a Single-Link cable so it is important to check for device compatibility before determining which cable is the correct one.

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  1. Dual link support both the formats, while single link only support single-format. However, there are almost no devices on the market today which offer dual-link, so it really doesn’t matter either way.


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