You will need a DVI-D male to DVI-D male. Unless your monitor is Dual link compatible then you would need a DVI-D ( AKA DVI-DL ) dual link male to male.
Edit: you don't need a DVI-I cable since your using it for a digital connection you don't need the extra 4 analog pins.
Edit 2: Forgot this too The long flat pin on a DVI-I connector is longer than the same pin on a DVI-D connector, so it is not possible to connect a male DVI-I to a female DVI-D by removing the 4 analog pins. It is possible, however, to connect a male DVI-D cable to a female DVI-I connector. Many flat screen LCD monitors have only the DVI-D connection so that a DVI-D male to DVI-D male cable will suffice when connecting the monitor to a computer's DVI-I female connector. If your monitor has a DVI-I connector it this does not apply
Edited by Sneakycyber, 24 August 2007 - 04:33 PM.
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