DVI Connector Guide

DVI CONNECTOR GUIDE

There are several different types of DVI Connectors, each having its own specific design.
Please use this guide to identify the DVI Connector you need.

DVI-D Dual Link
This connector contains 24 pins, arranged in three horizontal rows of eight pins.
To the side of this grouping of 24 pins is a wide, flat pin called a ground bar.

DVI-D Single Link
This connector appears almost identical to the dual-link DVI-D connector except that it has an additional four pins that surround the flat offset ground bar.

DVI-I Dual Link
This is similar to the dual-link DVI-I, but it carries only a single TMDS link

DVI-I Single Link
This connector contains 24 pins, arranged in three horizontal rows of eight pins.
To the side of this grouping of 24 pins is a wide, flat pin called a ground bar.

DVI-A
This connector type allows a VGA device to connect to a DVI-I interface.

This HDMI uses a 19-pin connector that is held in place by friction.