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Powercolor Active DisplayPort to Single Link DVI-D Adapter for Eyfinity

Powercolor Active DisplayPort to Single Link DVI-D Adapter for Eyfinity (PowerColor: DP-SL DVI Adapter)
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Vendor: PowerColor
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Powercolor Active DisplayPort to Single Link DVI-D Adapter for Eyfinity
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Rating: 9.6/10
With 10 User Reviews

Review Date: 07/04/13
Cons: Expensive

Pros: Works as expected
Needed this adapter for my 3 monitor setup on my 5850s. Cable could be a bit longer.

Review Date: 03/26/13
Cons: none so far

Pros: works perfectly for 3 monitors on 5770
if you're reading this, you're probably, like most of us, trying to get a 3 monitor setup on an ATI graphics card.after searching high and low, and a lot of frustration with an accell displayport to vga adapter (which was on the official eyefinity "approved list"), i took the plunge (and the disclaimer from the ncix rep about "works in theory, but not 100% guaranteed to work in practice", and bought it. took it home, plugged in, and it works perfectly.the main problem, as you would probably have found out if reading this, is that while a lot of modern cards have up to 4 inputs (2xDVI, 1xHDMI, 1xDisplayPort in my case), the maximum number of monitors you can have is 3, and one of them MUST be on the DisplayPort. So between the 2xDVI and 1xHDMI, you can only plug in two out of the three monitors.this is my setup:ATI 5770, with 3 monitors. 2x samsung 191T's, 1 asus 23" LED. the 23" LED is on HDMI, while the one 19" is on DVI and the other one is connected to the DisplayPort through this adapter.

Review Date: 01/19/13
Cons: none

Pros: eyefinity, or 3rd screen,no drivers needed
originally bought the wrong one but because xfx cards need mini display port adapter, but used it on the second computer and it works great for ether a 3rd monitor or eyefinity no complaints yet.

Review Date: 12/20/12
Cons: none for 1080p displays

Pros: Works great
If you are looking for an inexpensive why of utilizing eyefinity, this is the way to go. Unlike active converters, this one won't cost you an arm and a leg.

Review Date: 03/06/12
Cons: A bit more expensive than the HIS active adapter.

Pros: Works wellSleek black lookVery solid feel
I purchased this for an eye-finity setup. It works well, does the job and has a solid feel while still looking nice. It has a rubber grip feel to it which makes it east to pull out. It has worked well with no problems.
Fatal Reunion@NCIX

Review Date: 03/22/11
Cons: A bit bulky, it could be a longer cable that actually connects right to your monitor instead of having to connect a seperate dvi cable.

Pros: Certified for Eyefinity & fits an HD 6850 display port.
Intially, I was searching for a cheap displayport adapter for eyefinity and I stumbled on a few but they weren't clear if they were passive or active. Luckily NCIX has this one which clearly states it is an active adapter and it is certified for use with Eyefinity! Shipping is always great with the many options available, it came extremely well packaged in a box with airbags & sealed with fragile warning tape.

Review Date: 03/06/11
Cons: none

Pros: active dvi adapterquality build works for 1080p eyefinity setup
works as expected without the screen flickering

Review Date: 01/26/11
Cons: N/A

Pros: PriceWorks
These work great! It works for Eyefinity

Review Date: 01/07/11
Cons: only single link

Pros: Works as expectedGood quality build
Works as expected - works great on a 1080p Eyefinity setup.Simple device - looks to be great quality in build.

Review Date: 10/29/10
Cons: Still pricey

Pros: Finally makes Eyefinity work
Finally, AMD released something affordable adapter that makes Eyefinity work. You have to have this 'active' DP adapter, otherwise you can only have no more than 2 monitor working.Being a single-link DVI, it only supports up to 1920x1200. But that's enough for most people.Although it's in $30 price range, I still think it's pricey. Because they should include this adapter in the box of all the Eyefinity ready video card. Just like those DVI to VGA adapters.Another thing is that with the latest 6xxx video card, they require a mini-DP adapter, which makes this one useless. It's only good with the 5xxx card.
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