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Is my video card dual-link?


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UV_Power

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I just bought a new flat panel monitor (finally) and I am trying to figure out which DVI-D cable to get(single link or dual link?). I have an Asus n6600/TD AGP 128MB (vanilla, non-GT).

I've tried google and it doesn't say anything (which probably means my card doesn't have it.) Does anyone know of a way to find out?

Thanks.

Edited by UV_Power, 23 February 2007 - 04:50 PM.

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I think this will help you out. It shows diagrams of what each connector looks like.
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You're right, that does help. I guess all I really had to do was look at the connector of my video card and the connector of the monitor. I thought it was more complicated than that which is why I decided to ask here. It looks like I have dual-link on both. Thanks for the reply.
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