Which DVI Video Cable do I Need

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DVI video cables, for linking PCs to displays, can be confusing since there are three separate types of cables, DVI-A, DVI-D, and DVI-I, which stand for Analog, Digital, and Integrated respectively. Analog DVI (DVI-A) video cables are only equipped to deal with analog signals which come from older desktop to monitor video sources such as VGA. Digital DVI-D video cables accept video from HDMI, DisplayPort, and other computer to monitor digital sources. The best DVI video cable to buy is DVI-I which are DVI Integrated video cables that can carry both Analog and Digital signals, making them compatible with many monitors and computers.

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