DVI monitor


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DVI monitor

A computer display screen that attaches to the computer via a DVI connector. See DVI.
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Flip DVI-D is the Only Compact KVM Switch that Supports Dual-Link DVI Monitors, Such as Apple Cinema Displays
The M-Series PCI Express (PCIe) x16 boards support up to eight DisplayPort or single-link DVI monitors at resolutions of up to 2560x1600 per display.
Fanless Extio units are now installed on small shelves at each operator station and drive up to four DVI monitors, keyboard, mouse, and speakers using a single 20 metre (65 foot) fibre-optic cable connected to a Matrox interface card within the PC.
The HDX3DV01 expands a single DisplayPort into 3 DVI-D ports on a single graphics card or notebook to expand the screen space and enable users to get longer life out of legacy DVI monitors.
0 capable systems, this plug-and-play product can provide 1080p video to HDMI and DVI monitors with resolutions up to 2048x1152.
For gamers looking for a multi-display gaming rig using 2 DVI monitors, or enthusiasts going all in for a full 4K surround view using multiple DisplayPort monitors, the G1 Gaming graphics cards can flexibly fulfill different gaming needs.
In addition, an upcoming firmware release will enable the support of a dual 1600x900 resolution on DVI monitors, further expanding the list of supported resolutions for greater flexibility when choosing displays.
Not only can users choose any combination of pivoted, independent, or stretched displays, but also have the opportunity to combine two M9148 cards in a single system to drive up to eight DisplayPort or DVI monitors.
Dual-mode cable adaptors allow a Dual-mode DisplayPort PC or graphics card to interoperate with DVI monitors and HDMI TVs.
Along with this kit, IPFlex is also making available three new interface boards: DAPDNA-DVI (digital video interface) interfacing with DVI monitors, DAPDNA-CameraLink with cameras with Camera Link connectors, and DAPDNA- AnalogIF with AD/DA converters.
Monitor using 24 and 30 inch DisplayPort and DVI monitors.
Having the ability to add VGA or DVI monitors to a computer is definitely of value in a number of settings.