PowerColor’s Displayport to DVI adapter helping Eyefinity gamers

The PowerColor Active DisplayPort to Single-Link DVI-D adaptor is aimed to make gamers life easier, enabling the multi-display ability(Eyefinity technology) through 3 DVI monitors and supports resolutions up to 1920×1200 and 1080p HDTV, fully compliant with  DPCP and HDCP.

ATI’s Eyefinity technology, allows a single graphics card to spread the display output to over three monitors. With use of a PowerColor Active DisplayPort to Single-Link DVI-D adaptor, users can take advantage of this technology easily without a DisplayPort monitor and any software to install. The price is still unknown.

PowerColor Active DisplayPort to Single Link DVI-D Adapter

Key Features :

  • ATI Eyefinity Multi-Display support
  • Supports DVI-D Single-Link Resolutions up to 1920×1200 (WUXGA) and 1080p HDTV’s
  • Fast and Easy Set-up, No Software to Install
  • Transfers uncompressed High-Definition Digital video signals
  • Support all DVI-D Single-Link monitors
  • Support up to 32-bit color for billions of colors

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