What is DVI?
DVI stands for Digital Video Interface and is now one the most popular forms of video interface technology in use. Utilized mostly to maximize the quality of picture for flat panel LCD computer monitors or for cutting edge video graphics cards, DVI cables deliver a superior picture on your screen while you play computer games, graphic design, or do other graphically intense operations on your PC.
In addition to being used as the standard computer interface, the DVI standard was the digital transfer method of choice for HDTV, EDTV, Plasma Display, and other ultra-high-end video displays for TV, movies, and DVDs. Now, that format has changed to HDMI, however, there are converters available for both.
What is DVI Compatible With?
DVI cables are designed for carrying uncompressed digital video data to a display. It is partially compatible with the HDMI standard in digital mode (DVI-D) or VGA in analog mode (DVI-A). Also, unlike HDMI cables, DVI cables do not carry any audio data, so a separate cable may be needed for audio.
What does DVI-I, DVI-D, and DVI-A mean?
"DVI-I" stands for "DVI-Integrated" and supports both digital and analog transfers, so it works with both digital and analog visual display units. "DVI-D" stands for "DVI-Digital" and supports digital transfers only. “DVI-A" stands for “DVI-Analog" and supports only analog transfers.
Where Can I Find DVI Cables?
TriangleCables.com is a great place to find a wide selection of DVI Cables
, DVI switchers, adapters, and other DVI Cable Accessories
that are made to fit your device. Made from high quality materials to minimize interference and maximize performance, the DVI cables
from TriangleCables.com are the perfect fit in your home, office, school, or training center for keeping your monitors and projectors connected. Not to mention, at TriangleCables.com, you can find a wide variety of lengths to suit your needs.