Digital Visual Interface: A digital video standard established by the Digital Display Working Group which was designed to carry uncompressed digital video signals to a display. DVI-D is digital only, for both Single-link and Dual-link configurations. DVI-I contains both analog and digital, for single and Dual-link configurations. DVI-A is analog only, and is similar to VGA. Single-link supports 1920 x 1200. HDMI uses a similar format to DVI-D for video, but adds audio and many other features.

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