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#1 biferibiferi

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Posted 08 August 2015 - 10:14 PM

Here is a Photo of DVi-D and DVI-I

http://s.hswstatic.com/gif/dual-dvi.jpg

 

And I know what the both are for.

 

But the DVI that ads the Vertical Line to Right is not in these Photos and makes the Cross Hair.

 

What is this DVi for?



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Posted 10 August 2015 - 08:42 AM

According to the Wiki it is the Analog RGB signal return data :

 

In addition to digital, some DVI connectors also have pins that pass an analog signal, which can be used to connect an analog monitor. The analog pins are the four that surround the flat blade on a DVI-I or DVI-A connector. A VGA monitor, for example, can be connected to a video source with DVI-I through the use of a passive adapter. Since the analog pins are directly compatible with VGA signaling, passive adapters are simple and cheap to produce, providing a cost-effective solution to support VGA on DVI. The long flat pin on a DVI-I connector is wider than the same pin on a DVI-D connector, so even if the four analog pins were manually removed, it still wouldn't be possible to connect a male DVI-I to a female DVI-D. It is possible, however, to join a male DVI-D connector with a female DVI-I connector.[5]






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