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SIIG's DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter is designed for connecting the latest DisplayPort-equipped computer systems or devices to HDMI-enabled televisions and monitors to provide optimal video quality. The DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter comes with a quad-shielded cable featuring 20-pin DisplayPort male to 19-pin HDMI female connectors and PVC jacket for maximum video performance with virtually no signal loss. It is the key ingredient to connect your DisplayPort video source to HDMI video display for an unequalled video experience.
The DisplayPort to HDMI adapter supports video bandwidth of up to 2.25Gb/s, HDTV resolutions of 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 1080i, and 1080p, and PC VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA and UXGA display modes. It is fully compliant with DisplayPort 1.1 (both 1.62 & 2.7Gb/s) & HDMI 1.3a (up to 2.25Gb/s) specifications. The DisplayPort to HDMI adapter is RoHS-compliant and is backed by SIIG's lifetime warranty.
Does not work for me
Cons: I was trying to use this from an XFX 5870 to a monitor. However it does not work. This product may work from some people. I have read that if you have and active display port out you must use an active display port adapter. This is not an active display port adapter.
Other Thoughts: This will work for people using a passive display port.
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“I was trying to use this from an XFX 5870 to a monitor. However it does not work. This product may work from some people. ...”— z 8/1/2012