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SAPPHIRE ships DisplayPort to Single Link DVI adapter for ATI Eyefinity

When using three monitors in ATI Eyefinity mode, the third monitor must be connected via DisplayPort. Not all monitors support DisplayPort, and active dual-link adapters aren’t exactly cheap. SAPPHIRE has responded to the demand for a lower cost solution, by introducing a DisplayPort to Single Link DVI adapter.

SAPPHIRE Press Release

Recognising the demand for a lower cost solution to using the DisplayPort output for a third monitor in ATI Eyefinity mode on its HD 5000 series cards, SAPPHIRE Technology has just introduced a DisplayPort to Single Link DVI adapter.

Eyefinity mode requires the third monitor to be either a DisplayPort (DP) monitor or a monitor connected with an active adapter to synchronise the signals for a DVI or HDMI monitor*. Earlier active DP to Dual Link DVI adapters were considered to be too expensive by many users who did not need ultra high resolution.

SAPPHIRE’s new DP to Single Link DVI adapter is an active solution in a short pigtail format with DP plug to DVI female connector that allows users to connect DVI monitors with resolutions of up to 1920 x 1200. Used with a DP equipped SAPPHIRE HD 5000 series graphics card, this enables landscape Eyefinity modes of up to 5760 x 1200, including 5760 x 1080 with widescreen monitors, as well as portrait modes of up to 3600 x 1920.

SAPPHIRE is offering this solution to make Eyefinity more affordable for users with existing DVI monitors, or wishing to match up existing monitor styles.

For more information about Eyefinity, please visit http://www.sapphiretech.com/.

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Note: * Except if using SAPPHIRE FleX Edition that directly supports three DVI monitors


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