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DVI-I or DVI-D?

I'm looking for a video card with DVI-I (I think) and I see some that have a different type of connector that the wires I have. Mine has 6 columns of pins (two groupings of 3) while photo of some cards show connectors with 8 columns. ARE these compatible or do you need exact matches, is mine DVI-I?

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If i rember correctly if a card supports DVI-D and a monitor only supports DVI-I you can just use a DVI-I cable and it should work.


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Check here for updated AMD drivers: "CLICK HERE"
If link didn't work copy and paste this:
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Looking at your manual I think it is the bottom DVI which is lined up with the HDMI and VGA connectors that is used for single monitor hookup.
By the way here is your manual for your card: "CLICK HERE"
Or copy and paste this in your browser:
http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList/Manual/vga_manual_r575sl-1gi_e.pdf
I don't think your going to need to update your bios on your videocard but if you do it would probably be with the Catalyst software for your card.

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computer cable specailist, or cable america, cables to go.

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