>High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP), is a form of digital copy protection developed by Intel Corporation to prevent copying of digital audio and video content as it travels across connections. Types of connections include DisplayPort (DP), Digital Visual Interface (DVI), and High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
HDCP happens over DVI also dumb fucks.
>HDMI or DVI
they are the EXACT SAME THING
HDMI is just pin-swapped DVI
there's only really 2 types of dvi ports
I dual link for dvi or vga
and D dual link for dvi only
it's rare that you see anything else on a video card, and almost all the cables are D dual link
>>there are faggots who absolutely need DVI
>he doesn't run a completely analog setup
DVI just takes up so much goddamn room. Nvidia's current solution is to put three displayport and one HDMI on the first slot, and a DVI taking up almost half of the second bracket. I'd be perfectly fine with losing the DVI if it meant I could slap a water block and single slot bracket on it. AMD already does it that way on the Fury X, but that would mean compromising and buying AMD, so no.
Tell me /g/ is this good or bad? If you're into pirates and whatnot?
I have a DVI-I Dual link to vga adapter, can i remove the 2 extra pins to plug it into DVI-D dual link ?
DVI same as HDMI
but DVI has no sound
DVI runs at 720p
HDMI runs at 1080p
DVI gets higher frame rates
HDMI is clearer on average but lower frame rate than DVI.
I like both But HDMI is on more things IMO HDMI is better.
I think display port is just HDMI with internet
in other words a meme but everyone will likely buy
>DVI Runs at 720p
I'm using a 1080p monitor right now with DVI
>HDMI is clearer on average but lower frame rate than DVI
I never noticed any difference