The Apple Mini-DVI to DVI adapter is designed for use with the iMac (Intel Core Duo), MacBook, and 12-inch PowerBook G4. Connect the adapter to the Mini-DVI port of the computer and the DVI end of the adapter to an external DVI monitor or projector. You can also use it in combination with the optional Apple DVI to ADC Adapter (available separately) to connect your computer to an older display with an ADC connector.
You can use this cable in both video mirroring and extended desktop modes.
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I have a Dell HD Monitor with a DVI Connection. Will the Mini Mac Work with this monitor? And if so, which Cable would I need for the Mac?
- Asked by Byron S from Batesville
Depends on which Mac Mini. The current Mac Mini includes this cable in the box so providing you hav Depends on which Mac Mini. The current Mac Mini includes this cable in the box so providing you have a normal DVI to computer cable it will work. …
- Answered by Stephen C from Birmingham
Which cable do I need for connecting DVI to a Thunderbolt connection? Apple Mini-DVI to DVI, or MiniDisplay Port to DVI, or something else?
- Asked by Michael K from Holland
Mini display port to dvi assorted conntinue to work with thunderbolt!
- Answered by Carlos L from Solana Beach
How can I connect my 2009 Mac Mini to a TV that only has the Component inputs available? My Mac Mini has a Mini DisplayPort and Mini-DVI port. Thanks.
- Asked by Brian S from Yorba Linda
Can this adapter be used to run a 30 inch Apple Cinema Display HD (DVI) at native resolution?
- Asked by Matin S from Boston
Yes, I've seen it done.
To drive the 30" Cinema Display at native resolution, it requires a dual- Yes, I've seen it done.
To drive the 30" Cinema Display at native resolution, it requires a dual-link DVI-D connection.
The DVI-D connector on this adapter has all 24-pins required for dual-link - 3 rows of 8 pins, whereas DVI-D single-link connectors are missing the middle two pins from each row (ie: two groups of 9 pins on each side, with a 6-pin gap in the middle).
Yes, this adapter supports dual-link DVI, and as long as the computer you're connecting it to is capable, it will run the 30" Cinema Display at 2560x1600 resolution. …
- Answered by Ben T from Murwillumbah
Is this the adapter I need to hook my Intel Dual Core iMac (with a mini-DVI port) to a Wacom Cintiq 21ux tablet?
- Asked by James M from Glendale