Wouldn't work for PC
Pros: Nice looking and flexible cable, seems to work O.K. with a Cannon HD camcorder.
Cons: Similar to what a previous reviewer experienced, I too have an EVGA GTX 580 video card that I wanted to hook up to a Samsung Syncmaster S27A550H monitor. The signal must have had noise in it because there would be random pixels and lines that would show up on the screen all the time. If I cahnged from a 1080p signal to a 720p signal it seemed to get better. I disconnected the PC and hooked in a Cannon HSF100 HD camcorder and the picture was fine at 1080p. I went to a different store and bought a regular full size HDMI - HDMI cable and used the MINI-HDMI to HDMI adaptor the video card came with and everything works fine. The PC showes a 60Hz refresh rate while the Camcorder only shows a 30Hz refresh rate, I can only guess the Belkin cable was getting noise from somewhere that was interfering with the 60Hz signal.
Other Thoughts: Like I said earlier, the cable seems to work fine for a camcorder but not for PC use - even though the packaging says it's a "High Speed HDMI Cable" capable of speeds up to 10.2Gbps.
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Pros: nice printing in end caps ...
Cons: Wouldn't work ... disappointing.
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“Wouldn't work ... disappointing.— EqBrat 8/5/2011
I wanted a high quality cable to connect my video card (EVGA GTX 580) ...”
“Similar to what a previous reviewer experienced, I too have an EVGA GTX 580 video card that I wanted to hook up to a Samsung ...”— Stevo 8/21/2011