DVI Standard

Digital Visual Interface – provides high-speed digital connectivity between PCs and video displays.

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DVI Standard

Since its debut in 1999, Digital Visual Interface (DVI) technology has been a game-changer in the world of PC video. Developed primarily by Silicon Image engineers in association with the Digital Display Working Group, DVI was the first all-digital video connection to gain market acceptance and replace older, analog connections between PCs and PC monitors. Now used in millions of computers worldwide, DVI allows for uncompressed digital video transmission at extremely high resolutions, with none of the signal quality issues inherent in analog interfaces.

Key Features

  • No signal degradation from compression or analog-digital conversion
  • Supports extremely high video resolutions - up to 2560 x 1600 pixels
  • Integrated power management support for energy conservation
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