• StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
  • StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
  • StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
  • StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
  • StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)
StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)

StarTech.com 10ft (3m) DisplayPort to DVI Cable - DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable 1080p Video - DisplayPort to DVI-D Cable Single Link - DP to DVI Monitor Cable - DP 1.2 to DVI Converter (DP2DVIMM10)

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  • DisplayPort to DVI Converter
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Nice cable at a good price.Not much to say about this cable. It does what it should. It runs my external monitor at 1920x1080 without issues. Each end locks in place so it won't fall out.For me I ordered a 3' cable as the normal 6' cable would have had a bunch of extra slack.5DP2DVIS Working With 2048x1152 Resolution Monitor Successfully running 2048 x 1152 with the StarTech DP2DVIS. I upgraded my video card and found myself short a DVI connection for my second monitor; however, I had plenty of DisplayPort connections available, so I just needed a simple adapter that would support my 2048x1152 resolution while allowing me to use my existing DVI cable. I scoured the internet trying to understand whether or not the DP2DVIS adapter would support 2048x1152 resolution but was unable to find a definitive answer. Compounding the problem, many reviews fail to specify exactly which product is being reviewed. So I ended up buying the DP2DVIS without knowing for sure whether it would work for 2048x1152. Fortunately it did support 2048x1152 just fine and so I'm writing this review in the hopes of helping others who might be in the same situation. 4Supports 144hz for DVI-D 144hz Monitors Bought this product for my 1080 TI FE card to work with my DVI-D 144hz monitor.Since the adapted the 1080 TI FE comes with does not support anything more than 60hz I had to buy this pricey adapter to get my 144hz and it works wonders. Got it in the mail and it is just plug and play and I was using 144hz right away and what a difference it makes! 5NO Eyefinity JoyI bought this adapter because the description claims it "converts the signal" and IMPLIES it is active - a requirement for Eyefinity to work. After pouring hours into options and tech sites, it is clear this is not the case. The reviews of the Accell B087B-005B UltraAV DisplayPort to DVI-D Single-Link Active Adapter ATI Certified (Black) show it works with Eyefinity for $30. Spend the extra 5 and get what you need. This website [...] lists the Accell and others but read the reviews before you buy it because at least one "certified dongle" Accell B086B-001B UltraAV DisplayPort/HDMI-A Adapter does not work. Do your homework and you will not be disappointed like me.1Quality cable for the moneyGood tight fittings and well constructed. Operates to expectations.5Five StarsWorks good.5PerfectWorks nicely with my DP++ port. Other connectors seem to have been manufactured by barbarians. The housing stays firmly attached to the connector.5This worked when the Apple adapter didn't I had a rather special situation--I wanted to connect my Raspberry Pi to an old Apple 30" CinemaDisplay at 2560x1600 resolution. First I purchased a QGeeM HDML to mini DisplayPort adapter, but this didn't work when I connected it to my Apple mini DisplayPort to dual-link DVI adapter (although it worked at 2560x1440 resolution when I connected it to my 2009 iMac with a thunderbolt cable). So I bought the StarTech adapter together with a mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapter for use instead of the Apple adapter, and it worked at 2560x1600 resolution with no problems. I needed to fiddle with some settings in the config.txt of my Raspberry Pi, and the trick seemed to be that I needed to overclock my Pi a bit. However even at these settings the Apple adapter didn't work.It also works with MacBook Air (2012, 13 & 15 models) that we have in the family, using the mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapter. 5980 TI with 3 screens 144hz WORKS GTX 980 TI with 3 acer 144hz screens. The video card only has 1 DVI port and my screens do not have display port out. I bought 2 of these for the other 2 screens so I could run NVidia surround at 144hz across all 3 screens and it works gloriously!! 5144hz and all its glory Upgraded my computer recently with a new graphics card. It doesn't have a DVI-D port which I knew before I purchased but thought I'd be okay playing games with 60fps until I planned on buying a new monitor later this year. Side note; I was NOT okay. My BenQ XL2411 monitor lacks a DisplayPort so I needed a way to convert DP to DVI-D. Did lots of research and bit the bullet on this $100 adapter. It bothered me no other cables or adapters would do the trick since it seems you need this "active" adapter in order to get you 144hz.Connected adapter to a USB 3.0 port on the mobo with a Rocketfish DVI-D cable and worked like a charm. Windows 10 picked it right up once I changed Display Setting. Now gaming at 144hz again. No complaints.PROS:- easy to install- good quality- nice picture with 1920x1080p display @ 144hzCONS:- pricey for an adapter 5Displayport must be the SOURCE - NOT BI-DIRECTIONAL I have been on an insane journey to find a solution to convert a DVI dual link SOURCE (video card) to either HDMI or displayport (monitor) at 2560x1440 @ 60 Hz. Basically, older computer and newer monitor. Long story short, I don't think a product exists to do this. This Startech DP2DVID2 definitely does NOT do it.As a gift to anyone who is trying to do this, here's what I've found out:- DVI DUAL link will support 2560x1440 @ 60 Hz, 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz. DVI SINGLE link will NOT support these resolutions. DVI single link only goes up to 1920x1200 @ 60 Hz.- There are many older (c 2012) video cards that will support 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz, but only from the DVI dual link connector. These cards might have an HDMI connector as well, but the HDMI version is too old to support 2560x1600. Note that newer versions of HDMI WILL support 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz. From what I can tell it was this weird transition time when the older DVI standard was getting maxed out on bandwidth and HDMI was just starting to handle resolutions higher than 1080P.- Technical aside: DVI dual link has 24 pins plus the flat pin. HDMI has 19 pins. A passive adapter isn't going to get you from 24 pins to 19. It needs to be active. DVI single link only uses 18 pins, so a passive adapter is possible.- This Startech DP2DVID2 product, and a few others like it, uses an active (i.e. powered via the USB cable, little box of electronics) circuit to convert displayport to DVI dual link. It will connect a newer computer/video card to an older display. However this product is NOT BI-DIRECTIONAL. It will not convert a DVI dual link SOURCE to a displayport monitor. This was TOTALLY NOT OBVIOUS.- There is no product that I can find that will go from a DVI dual link source to HDMI/displayport. I've even called Startech and another place. Nada. It would have to be active (again, powered via a USB cable with a small box of electronics). It should be possible, but apparently no company feels there's a market.- All of the myriad DVI to HDMI/displayport converters that you will find on Amazon WILL NOT SUPPORT HIGH SCREEN RESOLUTIONS. They are NOT DUAL link DVI, even if the description says it's dual link, it's not. You will only get 1920x1200 max.- Should you try to get a newer video card for your c 2012 computer, you could run into another entire area of insanity about video cards, Windows 8 and beyond, and BIOS issues. Basically, even if the card fits into the computer (PCIe), the computer won't boot because of this BIOS brain damage in Windows 8 and beyond and a conflict with the video card. 1Add $100+ to the price of your new graphics card I needed this for my graphics card upgrade (Radeon VII), which only has 3 DisplayPort outputs and one HDMI output.I have an "old" QNIX (Samsung) IPS panel that displays 2560 x 1440 @ 90hz through DVI-D only. I decided to try this adapter instead of buying a new high refresh rate 1440p monitor (~$500) with a DisplayPort input.The adapter works perfectly. It's just as if my new graphics card has a Dual Link DVI-D port.I had a strange issue where the display worked, but it was covered in a layer of static / fuzz / noise, whatever you want to call it. I had to disable HDCP Support (HDMI Link Status Monitoring) in Radeon settings to fix the issue. I think this is an issue specific to AMD or maybe just the Radeon VII. I hope this info helps someone resolve their issue, as it took me weeks of research and troubleshooting to figure it out... 5Great adapter for displayport to DVI for 60Hz+ refresh at 1080p I bought a new videocard that no longer has any DVI ports. My monitor is a 144Hz, 1080p monitor that has a DVI and HDMI port. The HDMI port only grants 60Hz refresh, so I needed this adapter to access 60Hz+ refresh for my monitor.PROS: works as expected at 100Hz, 120Hz and 144Hz options. No configuration needed other than changing refresh rate in Windows.CONS: The price. It's expensive, but it was either this or buying a new monitor, and this is much cheaper than an equivalent monitor with displayports.Recommended if needing 60Hz+ refresh at 1080p. 5Only rated it a 3 because the customer service rep ...Only rated it a 3 because the customer service rep told me these would allow me to plug my DVI output from my computer into the DP input on my new monitor. They don't. It only works the other way... DP output to DVI input. I should have investigated it more.3Another POS cable from StarTechI have purchased two cables from StarTech. The first was a standard 6ft VGA cable and then this 10ft DisplayPort to DVI cable - both cables had bad noise, snow and incorrect colors on the monitor. The cables appear heavy duty and in theory should work well - I mean, how can you screw up a cable right? They have a lifetime warranty, but I never returned the first one because I ended up with many other VGA/VGA cables (all much thinner) and work flawlessly.I purchased this cable so I can connect a third monitor to my ATI HD5670 1GB video card. Here's the setup:One Sceptre 22" monitor on the HDMI - works great.One Samsung 17" Analog LCD monitor using a DVI-VGA adaptor - works great, so far so good.One Acer 22" (with no HDMI) that I wanted to use this DisplayPort to DVI cable on - NO GO. Display was out of sync, had snow, noise 16 colors, etc. The display works great on a standard DVI cable, but not with this setup.I've returned the cable and just given up on this three monitor configuration. Honestly, it could be that DisplayPort to DVI doesn't work on a simple cable, but then what's the purpose of it?I don't recommend any [...] cable. They're 0 for 2 so far with me.1Five StarsWork Great5GREAT Cable!!!Sometimes it can be challenging trying to determine which brand to buy so i asked a friend at Tech Support and he recommended these.I was skeptical at first because i had never heard of this brand but I purchased them to see if my friend was right. He was right.Superb cables. After trying these for a while with no issues, I bought a second set for another computer. Now, I check this brand first for any computer cables i need to see if they make them before I check other brands.5Great PASSIVE Adapter - Requires a ++DP Port Great Adapter. Be aware that this is a PASSIVE adapter. To use this, your device will need to have a dual-mode displayport. Your port MUST be labeled with a "++DP". If you do not see the "++", it is not dual-mode. If you only see "DP", you need an active adapter, which will be a little more expensive. See the attached image of the correct symbol you should see to use this adapter. 5Works as expected I purchased this item to use with a decade old Dell 3007WFP-HC. The 3007WFP provides only one dual link DVI connection - no HDMI or DisplayPort. The designed input to the 3007WFP is 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz. This item is well built (I was surprised to find that the casing is metal, not cheap plastic, giving it a ruggedized feel) and is powered by the USB cable. I had no problems using this item with an HP docking station that supports only DisplayPort connections. While expensive, it made my old monitor usable again and functioned as expected by converting the DisplayPort out of my docking station to dual link DVI operating at a resolution of 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz! 5Cable shipped was 3 ft not 6 ftThe cable is described as a StarTech 6-foot cable, but the cable I received from BuyCheapCables was a 3-foot cable. I needed a 6-foot cable, so I had to return it. So if you're looking for a 6-foot cable, this is not the one for you.2
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  • Connect your DVI monitor to a DisplayPort equipped computer using a single Cable
  • DisplayPort to DVI
  • 10 ft DisplayPort to DVI Adapter
  • DisplayPort to DVI Converter
  • DisplayPort to DVI Cable
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Nice cable at a good price.Not much to say about this cable. It does what it should. It runs my external monitor at 1920x1080 without issues. Each end locks in place so it won't fall out.For me I ordered a 3' cable as the normal 6' cable would have had a bunch of extra slack.5DP2DVIS Working With 2048x1152 Resolution Monitor Successfully running 2048 x 1152 with the StarTech DP2DVIS. I upgraded my video card and found myself short a DVI connection for my second monitor; however, I had plenty of DisplayPort connections available, so I just needed a simple adapter that would support my 2048x1152 resolution while allowing me to use my existing DVI cable. I scoured the internet trying to understand whether or not the DP2DVIS adapter would support 2048x1152 resolution but was unable to find a definitive answer. Compounding the problem, many reviews fail to specify exactly which product is being reviewed. So I ended up buying the DP2DVIS without knowing for sure whether it would work for 2048x1152. Fortunately it did support 2048x1152 just fine and so I'm writing this review in the hopes of helping others who might be in the same situation. 4Supports 144hz for DVI-D 144hz Monitors Bought this product for my 1080 TI FE card to work with my DVI-D 144hz monitor.Since the adapted the 1080 TI FE comes with does not support anything more than 60hz I had to buy this pricey adapter to get my 144hz and it works wonders. Got it in the mail and it is just plug and play and I was using 144hz right away and what a difference it makes! 5NO Eyefinity JoyI bought this adapter because the description claims it "converts the signal" and IMPLIES it is active - a requirement for Eyefinity to work. After pouring hours into options and tech sites, it is clear this is not the case. The reviews of the Accell B087B-005B UltraAV DisplayPort to DVI-D Single-Link Active Adapter ATI Certified (Black) show it works with Eyefinity for $30. Spend the extra 5 and get what you need. This website [...] lists the Accell and others but read the reviews before you buy it because at least one "certified dongle" Accell B086B-001B UltraAV DisplayPort/HDMI-A Adapter does not work. Do your homework and you will not be disappointed like me.1Quality cable for the moneyGood tight fittings and well constructed. Operates to expectations.5Five StarsWorks good.5PerfectWorks nicely with my DP++ port. Other connectors seem to have been manufactured by barbarians. The housing stays firmly attached to the connector.5This worked when the Apple adapter didn't I had a rather special situation--I wanted to connect my Raspberry Pi to an old Apple 30" CinemaDisplay at 2560x1600 resolution. First I purchased a QGeeM HDML to mini DisplayPort adapter, but this didn't work when I connected it to my Apple mini DisplayPort to dual-link DVI adapter (although it worked at 2560x1440 resolution when I connected it to my 2009 iMac with a thunderbolt cable). So I bought the StarTech adapter together with a mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapter for use instead of the Apple adapter, and it worked at 2560x1600 resolution with no problems. I needed to fiddle with some settings in the config.txt of my Raspberry Pi, and the trick seemed to be that I needed to overclock my Pi a bit. However even at these settings the Apple adapter didn't work.It also works with MacBook Air (2012, 13 & 15 models) that we have in the family, using the mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapter. 5980 TI with 3 screens 144hz WORKS GTX 980 TI with 3 acer 144hz screens. The video card only has 1 DVI port and my screens do not have display port out. I bought 2 of these for the other 2 screens so I could run NVidia surround at 144hz across all 3 screens and it works gloriously!! 5144hz and all its glory Upgraded my computer recently with a new graphics card. It doesn't have a DVI-D port which I knew before I purchased but thought I'd be okay playing games with 60fps until I planned on buying a new monitor later this year. Side note; I was NOT okay. My BenQ XL2411 monitor lacks a DisplayPort so I needed a way to convert DP to DVI-D. Did lots of research and bit the bullet on this $100 adapter. It bothered me no other cables or adapters would do the trick since it seems you need this "active" adapter in order to get you 144hz.Connected adapter to a USB 3.0 port on the mobo with a Rocketfish DVI-D cable and worked like a charm. Windows 10 picked it right up once I changed Display Setting. Now gaming at 144hz again. No complaints.PROS:- easy to install- good quality- nice picture with 1920x1080p display @ 144hzCONS:- pricey for an adapter 5Displayport must be the SOURCE - NOT BI-DIRECTIONAL I have been on an insane journey to find a solution to convert a DVI dual link SOURCE (video card) to either HDMI or displayport (monitor) at 2560x1440 @ 60 Hz. Basically, older computer and newer monitor. Long story short, I don't think a product exists to do this. This Startech DP2DVID2 definitely does NOT do it.As a gift to anyone who is trying to do this, here's what I've found out:- DVI DUAL link will support 2560x1440 @ 60 Hz, 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz. DVI SINGLE link will NOT support these resolutions. DVI single link only goes up to 1920x1200 @ 60 Hz.- There are many older (c 2012) video cards that will support 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz, but only from the DVI dual link connector. These cards might have an HDMI connector as well, but the HDMI version is too old to support 2560x1600. Note that newer versions of HDMI WILL support 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz. From what I can tell it was this weird transition time when the older DVI standard was getting maxed out on bandwidth and HDMI was just starting to handle resolutions higher than 1080P.- Technical aside: DVI dual link has 24 pins plus the flat pin. HDMI has 19 pins. A passive adapter isn't going to get you from 24 pins to 19. It needs to be active. DVI single link only uses 18 pins, so a passive adapter is possible.- This Startech DP2DVID2 product, and a few others like it, uses an active (i.e. powered via the USB cable, little box of electronics) circuit to convert displayport to DVI dual link. It will connect a newer computer/video card to an older display. However this product is NOT BI-DIRECTIONAL. It will not convert a DVI dual link SOURCE to a displayport monitor. This was TOTALLY NOT OBVIOUS.- There is no product that I can find that will go from a DVI dual link source to HDMI/displayport. I've even called Startech and another place. Nada. It would have to be active (again, powered via a USB cable with a small box of electronics). It should be possible, but apparently no company feels there's a market.- All of the myriad DVI to HDMI/displayport converters that you will find on Amazon WILL NOT SUPPORT HIGH SCREEN RESOLUTIONS. They are NOT DUAL link DVI, even if the description says it's dual link, it's not. You will only get 1920x1200 max.- Should you try to get a newer video card for your c 2012 computer, you could run into another entire area of insanity about video cards, Windows 8 and beyond, and BIOS issues. Basically, even if the card fits into the computer (PCIe), the computer won't boot because of this BIOS brain damage in Windows 8 and beyond and a conflict with the video card. 1Add $100+ to the price of your new graphics card I needed this for my graphics card upgrade (Radeon VII), which only has 3 DisplayPort outputs and one HDMI output.I have an "old" QNIX (Samsung) IPS panel that displays 2560 x 1440 @ 90hz through DVI-D only. I decided to try this adapter instead of buying a new high refresh rate 1440p monitor (~$500) with a DisplayPort input.The adapter works perfectly. It's just as if my new graphics card has a Dual Link DVI-D port.I had a strange issue where the display worked, but it was covered in a layer of static / fuzz / noise, whatever you want to call it. I had to disable HDCP Support (HDMI Link Status Monitoring) in Radeon settings to fix the issue. I think this is an issue specific to AMD or maybe just the Radeon VII. I hope this info helps someone resolve their issue, as it took me weeks of research and troubleshooting to figure it out... 5Great adapter for displayport to DVI for 60Hz+ refresh at 1080p I bought a new videocard that no longer has any DVI ports. My monitor is a 144Hz, 1080p monitor that has a DVI and HDMI port. The HDMI port only grants 60Hz refresh, so I needed this adapter to access 60Hz+ refresh for my monitor.PROS: works as expected at 100Hz, 120Hz and 144Hz options. No configuration needed other than changing refresh rate in Windows.CONS: The price. It's expensive, but it was either this or buying a new monitor, and this is much cheaper than an equivalent monitor with displayports.Recommended if needing 60Hz+ refresh at 1080p. 5Only rated it a 3 because the customer service rep ...Only rated it a 3 because the customer service rep told me these would allow me to plug my DVI output from my computer into the DP input on my new monitor. They don't. It only works the other way... DP output to DVI input. I should have investigated it more.3Another POS cable from StarTechI have purchased two cables from StarTech. The first was a standard 6ft VGA cable and then this 10ft DisplayPort to DVI cable - both cables had bad noise, snow and incorrect colors on the monitor. The cables appear heavy duty and in theory should work well - I mean, how can you screw up a cable right? They have a lifetime warranty, but I never returned the first one because I ended up with many other VGA/VGA cables (all much thinner) and work flawlessly.I purchased this cable so I can connect a third monitor to my ATI HD5670 1GB video card. Here's the setup:One Sceptre 22" monitor on the HDMI - works great.One Samsung 17" Analog LCD monitor using a DVI-VGA adaptor - works great, so far so good.One Acer 22" (with no HDMI) that I wanted to use this DisplayPort to DVI cable on - NO GO. Display was out of sync, had snow, noise 16 colors, etc. The display works great on a standard DVI cable, but not with this setup.I've returned the cable and just given up on this three monitor configuration. Honestly, it could be that DisplayPort to DVI doesn't work on a simple cable, but then what's the purpose of it?I don't recommend any [...] cable. They're 0 for 2 so far with me.1Five StarsWork Great5GREAT Cable!!!Sometimes it can be challenging trying to determine which brand to buy so i asked a friend at Tech Support and he recommended these.I was skeptical at first because i had never heard of this brand but I purchased them to see if my friend was right. He was right.Superb cables. After trying these for a while with no issues, I bought a second set for another computer. Now, I check this brand first for any computer cables i need to see if they make them before I check other brands.5Great PASSIVE Adapter - Requires a ++DP Port Great Adapter. Be aware that this is a PASSIVE adapter. To use this, your device will need to have a dual-mode displayport. Your port MUST be labeled with a "++DP". If you do not see the "++", it is not dual-mode. If you only see "DP", you need an active adapter, which will be a little more expensive. See the attached image of the correct symbol you should see to use this adapter. 5Works as expected I purchased this item to use with a decade old Dell 3007WFP-HC. The 3007WFP provides only one dual link DVI connection - no HDMI or DisplayPort. The designed input to the 3007WFP is 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz. This item is well built (I was surprised to find that the casing is metal, not cheap plastic, giving it a ruggedized feel) and is powered by the USB cable. I had no problems using this item with an HP docking station that supports only DisplayPort connections. While expensive, it made my old monitor usable again and functioned as expected by converting the DisplayPort out of my docking station to dual link DVI operating at a resolution of 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz! 5Cable shipped was 3 ft not 6 ftThe cable is described as a StarTech 6-foot cable, but the cable I received from BuyCheapCables was a 3-foot cable. I needed a 6-foot cable, so I had to return it. So if you're looking for a 6-foot cable, this is not the one for you.2
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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